SFSU 9th Annual Human Rights Summit: Occupy Your Health! April 24th, 25th, & 26th 2012!

 

OCCUPY YOUR HEALTH
9th Annual SFSU Human Rights Summit: April 24, 25 and 26, 2012

LOCATION Rosa Parks room, César Chávez Student Center, SFSU.
          

 

TUESDAY, April 24, 2012

 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2012

 

THURSDAY, April 26, 2012

9:30

Opening: Joel Kassiola, Political Science
KEYNOTE 1: Cynthia Gomez, Health Equity Institue & Planned Parenthood KEYNOTE 2: Protecting Indigenous Peoples' Rights. Robert Sam, Tlingit Spiritual Leader

 

9:30

PANEL5: Human Rights Film Festival
Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Activism (R. Grossman
Holy Crap! (Jenny Benorden)
Kids Behind Bars (Amy Burns)
Discussant: Phil Klasky, (American Indian Studies)

9:30

WORKSHOP: The Occupy Movement & Peaceful Protest, with Occupy San Francisco
Org: Katlin Murphy, Spencer Taplin

11:00

PANEL 1: Peacemaking & Public Health
Dominic Smith,  Spencer Taplin, Anna Manuel, Alfonso Solis. D: Sister MaeJoy BwithU (Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence)

11:00

Human Rights Film Festival, cont.
Africa, A colonial Project of Genocide (Tina A-Davis)
Occupy Sacramento (Jessica Beltman, Enrica Chili)
Discussant: Cynthia Wilczak & Thor Anderson (Anthropology)

11:00

PANEL 10: Engaged Anthropology & Human Rights Today
Kathryn Cox, Angelique Geiger, Natalie Lawson, Kaley Scofield., Jessica. Beltman, Enrica. Chili. D: Mariana Ferreira (Anthro)

12:30

 

PANEL 2:The Political Economy of Health: Exploring the Root Causes of Health Inequities. Lobsang Marcia, Adenike Hamilton, Chandra Nepal, Danielle Rodgers, Arai Buendia.
D: Marty Martinson (Health Education)

12:00

WORKSHOP – Understanding the Health Effects of “Egg Donation”. Alliance for Humane Biotechnology. Tina Stevens (History), Diane Beeson (CSU East Bay), Dominique Devine (Anthropology)

12:30

PANEL 11: Prisons and Equitable Access to Higher Education. Ernest Morgan, Harrison Seuga, David Cowan, dom brassey. Discussant: Karen Lovaas (Communication Studies)

2:00

 

PANEL 3: Immigrant Health, Medical Anthropology and Social Justice
Jim Quesada, Lucia Volk, Mariana Ferreira (Anthropology)

1:00

PANEL 7: Sexuality and Reproductive Rights
Ashley Mcdougald, Matt Gzowski,  D: Gil Herdt (Sexuality Studies)

2:00

PANEL 12:  Health Care is a Human Right
Leona Bouzidi, Aaron Minyard, Kelly Grabianowski, Nani Spach. D: Melissa Nelson (American Indian Studies)

3:30 to
4:30

 

PANEL 4: Modern Epidemics (Thor Anderson, Anthro 120)
Tina Abram-Davis, Rachel Demsey, Barbara Parker, T Wheeler. D: Peter Ingmire, (Biology)

2:00

PANEL 8: Sovereignty, Recognition & Religious Freedom. Speaker: Mike Preston (Winimen Wintu) – Discussant: Phil Klasky (American Indian Studies) Extermination. Music and Lyrics by Desirae Harp and Nick Cicchetti

4:00

PERFORMANCE: Playback Theater, with Kairos Theater Ensemble: Jiwon Chung, Dara KL Olandt, John Kadyk, Veronica Haro, Jason Agar. Using drama to bring students' human rights experiences to life.
LOCATION: History Lounge, Science Building, room 270

5:00

Dinner Party: Mission Neighborhood Health Center “Latinos en Extasis” How to Deal with Stress in Your Daily Life. D: Nathan Embretson (Informed Inventions)
LOCATION: History Lounge, Science Building, room 270

3:00
to
4:30

PANEL 9: Women in the World. Lisa Marroquin-Lopez, Robyn Miller, Kimberly Navarro,
Saridalia Giraldo, Discussant: Sherry Keith (History)

6:00

RECEPTION & AWARD Ceremony: Sister MaeJoy BwithU, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
LOCATION: History Lounge, Science Building, room 270

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://righttoknow.sfsu.edu

 

http://humanrights.sfsu.edu

 

Contact: marianaf@sfsu.edu