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Film + Q&A of CANOEROS: Living Memory a National Geographic Documentary

Canoeros: Living Memory shares an epic journey of the Kawésqar communities and National Geographic Pristine Seas across the Chilean Patagonian Ocean to defend an indigenous territory from the salmon industry.

Following the screening of the documentary, a question and answer panel will be held featuring two of the indigenous leaders featured in the film, Leticia Caro and Eric Huaiquil (members of the Kawésqar people), and Alex Muñoz, YSE McCluskey Fellow and former National Geographic Pristine Seas Director for Latin America.

The Role of Data in Public Health Equity & Innovation Conference

At the Yale School of Public Health, we believe that the future of public health will be defined by four pillars: inclusivity, innovation and entrepreneurship, communication, and data-driven leadership. It is through this commitment to data-driven leadership that we will convene a global, diverse and interdisciplinary group of leaders from academia, government, healthcare, and private industry.

A Conversation with Christian Nunes, President of NOW

Please join the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy for a conversation with Christian Nunes, President of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Nunes will discuss the Equal Rights Amendment, coalition building, and her work advocating for immigrant rights and mental health policy. Kaete O’Connell, lecturer and assistant director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, will moderate the conversation.

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