Being Structurally Vulnerable: Deservedness, Latino Migrant Laborers & Health


At the conclusion of the presentation, the participants will be able to:

  1. Understand how the use of the concept of Structural Vulnerability informs structurally competent practices
  2. Understanding how health intersects with other critical factors: employment, housing, education, social support
  3. Understand how structurally competent health and human services can be incorporated in programs that serve Latino migrant individuals and communities

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Are you Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin? * (One or more categories may be selected)
What is your race? * (One or more categories may be selected)

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Presenter 1
James Quesada, PhD., Full Professor and Chair of Anthropology, San Francisco State University

Presenter 2
Emiliano Bourgois-Chacón, Program Coordinator, San Francisco Day Labor Program & Women’s Collecitve

Presenter 3
James Shuford, PhD Candidate, University at Albany, Department of Anthropology

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