S6E9 - Healing is Inevitable: The Power of Community, Creating our own Planets, and Radical Resistance in Academia
On today's episode, host Micaela Parker talks to the team that makes up Our Stories Archive; Dr. Ramona Beltrán, Kristina “Tina” Leilani Hulama, Olivia Hunte, My Ngoc To, and Blanca-Azucena Pacheco. Our Stories, Our Medicine Archive (OSOMA) is a community-based, community-owned archive that foregrounds traditional Indigenous health knowledge and their implications for improving chronic diseases funded by the National Institutes of Health, National Libraries of Medicine. At its core, OSOMA is designed to create an archive that centers traditional Indigenous knowledge in preservation and management of oral histories, cultural artifacts, genealogy and health information. Through this dialogue they talk about the importance of storytelling, community healing, and reclaiming identify.
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