Woman as the First Environment - Bodies Telling Her/stories


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

  1. Identify one of the ways in which historical trauma is embodied by American Indian women
  2. Name a body system/organ targeted by PCB contamination
  3. Recognize the three major elements of the Centering Model of Pregnancy
  4. Understand how the political, social and cultural context of the aboriginal birthing center in Canada differs from the U.S. context

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Presenter 1
Katsi Cook, Midwife, Environmental Activist, Mohwak community at Akwesasne

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