One key aspect of the IHART program is distance learning that includes access to tele-lectures. The following four lectures are available on the web and are required viewing for IHART fellows. Click on the links to access the video.

Lectures and Videos

Bonnie Duran, “The Development of Indigenous Knowledges in Public Health: Epistemological Diversity as an Essential Component of Health Equity,” 13th Annual William T. Small, Jr. Keynote Lecture, 32nd Annual Minority Health Conference, North Carolina Institute for Public Health, 2011.

Mike Garrido and Tarek Tohme, “As They Are: Two-Spirit People in the Modern World.” Featuring: Elton Naswood (Navajo); Ben Lucero Wolf (Kiowa); and Richard Eric Dearmore (Paiute). Special Thanks to Evan Hughes, AIDS Project Los Angeles and the Red Circle Project, 2011.

Jane Simoni/Judith Auerbach, “Science and Politics: The Discordant Couple in the Fight Against AIDS,” UWTV, Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lectures, University of Washington, 2006.

Karina Walters, “Does Racism Make Us Sick?” 13th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute – and Videoconference on Minority Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007. (Watch Karina Walters’s presentation.)