Perspectives in Health, Law, and Human Services: Indigenous Languages and Cultures in Our Practice
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated 2019 as International Year of Indigenous Languages. The UMB Writing Center, Center for Global Education Initiatives, and Office of International Services have officially joined the worldwide programming with a discussion of decolonial perspectives and practices in health and human services education here at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Come and learn about the Indian Child Welfare Act and its connections to current health and human services education and practice before engaging in a curated dialogue focused on how we, as students, faculty, and practitioners can work with Indigenous communities to provide more equitable health, legal, and human services.
Refreshments will be served following the event.
For more information and to register for the event, visit the Writing Center website.
If you need an accommodation, contact the Writing Center by Thursday, November 14.