Urban Indian Issues in New York City and Buffalo


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

  1. Understand the Indian Health Service system and its challenges in urban settings
  2. Recognize Urban Indian issues in health care.
  3. Identify community partners and resources to help connect your own clinical work with broader social justice advocacy.
  4. Identify the origins of some of the socio-cultural norms in Haudenosaunee and other American Indian communities in New York State.

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Presenter 1
Shaylynn Raphaelito (Navajo), M.P.A., American Indian Community House

Presenter 2
Michael Martin (Onondaga, Beaver Clan) M.A., Executive Director, Native American Community Services of Erie and Niagara Counties, Inc.

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