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3146.0 - Critical Historical Perspectives on Struggles Against Violence across the Americas: Hypercapitalism, Genocide, Racism, and Liberation from 1848 to 2020
NOTE: Membership and registration at APHA is not required for this session. However, you must sign up for this session in advance to receive the Zoom link for the session.

Co-host: Luis Alberto Aviles, University of Puerto Rico School of Public Health
Moderator: Anne-Emanuelle Birn, University of Toronto

10:30 AM 3146.0: Introduction: Anne-Emanuelle Birn, ScD, MA, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada

10:35 AM 3146.0: Indigenous allottees’ strategies of survival and resistance in northern California, past and present, Beth Rose Middleton-Manning, PhD, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA

10:50 AM 3146.0: Forward to the past: How the Yanomami in Brazil have dodged conquest
Alcida Rita Ramos, PhD, University of Brasilia, Brasilia, DF, Brazil

11:05 AM 3146.0: Tepito exists because it resists: Economic and cultural strategies to resist urban displacement in a marginal neighborhood, Ernesto Aréchiga-Córdoba, PhD, Autonomous University of Mexico City, Ciudad de México, Mexico

11:20 AM 3146.0: The dark side of prosperity in the San Francisco Bay Area, Richard Walker, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

Oct 26, 2020 10:30 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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