Anti-Racism Speaker Series: COVID-19 Pandemic

last updated: July 23, 2021

The University of Regina Psychology Graduate Students invite us to attend the next session in their Anti-Racism Speaker Series: the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The details

When: Wednesday, July 28th at 7pm ET 

Where: Please register at for the Zoom link (*please note this session will not be recorded to respect our speakers)

Who: Director of Northern Medical Services Dr. Veronica McKinney, social epidemiologist Dr. Farah N. Mawani, and sociologist Dr. Weiguo Zhang will explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated systemic racism impacting social and health inequities, such as Indigenous people’s health and anti-Asian racism, and they’ll provide actionable items to dismantle these systems and advocate for change. Local resident Kim Nguyen will be moderating the event.

For whom: All- healthcare trainees and providers, students, or community members are invited to join us

Cost: Free! Thanks to the event’s sponsor: University of Regina’s Faculty of Arts


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