CPHPL at UC Berkeley

  1. In this presentation, Dr. Donald Warne, MD, MPH, Director of the Master of Public Health Program at North Dakota State University, and Senior Policy Advisor to the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board, discusses the health disparities and public health needs of Native Americans.

    About the Speaker:

    Donald Warne, MD, MPH, is the Director of the Master of Public Health Program at North Dakota State University, and he serves as the Senior Policy Advisor to the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board. In addition, he is an adjunct clinical professor at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law where he teaches American Indian Health Policy. Dr. Warne is a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe from Pine Ridge, South Dakota and comes from a long line of traditional healers and medicine men. He received his MD from Stanford University in 1995 and his Master of Public Health from Harvard University in 2002.

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  2. Because we live in a society distinguished by unequal relationships across age, race, gender, class, sexual orientation, able-bodyness/disability and other isms, we constantly navigate the dynamics of oppression and privilege (external and internalized) - whether we are aware of it or not.

    Join Dr. Ken Hardy, as he helps us to understand these issues and more as part of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health sponsored 2012 Isms Collaborative Conference, "Healing the Wounds of Internalized Oppression and Internalized Privilege: Building Hope and Change in Our Health Organizations."

    In this video, Dr. Hardy helps us understand:

    - The impact of these issues on us individually and how they “show up” in our workplaces/organizations
    - Our multiple identities and experiences of both oppression and privilege
    - How we can be allies for each other in dealing with these issues
    - The structural aspects of power dynamics

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  3. Because we live in a society distinguished by unequal relationships across age, race, gender, class, sexual orientation, able-bodyness/disability and other isms, we constantly navigate the dynamics of oppression and privilege (external and internalized) - whether we are aware of it or not.

    Join Dr. Ken Hardy, as he helps us to understand these issues and more as part of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health sponsored 2012 Isms Collaborative Conference, "Healing the Wounds of Internalized Oppression and Internalized Privilege: Building Hope and Change in Our Health Organizations."

    In this video, Dr. Hardy shares a tool for working with the impact of internalized oppression and privilege:

    - The VCR model (validate, challenge, request) of communication

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  4. In this 2-part training, participants will be exposed to the "power definition" of racism and will observe a racially diverse group of people reflecting on the meaning of the definition, and the efficacy of using the definition to address racism in institutions. A rationale will be explored for developing a full analysis of racism, including understanding its historic and legal roots and contemporary functioning.

    This second segment focuses on dismantling racism and some of the concepts, strategies and tools that are needed to effectively address the problem of racism in institutions. Crossroads workshops and methodologies are explored, including the Analyzing and Understanding Racism Workshop and the development of Institutional Transformation Teams. A very brief overview of the rationale and organizing principles for Transformation Team Building as a structural intervention to institutional racism is presented, including development of the Team and strategic plan to dismantle institutional racism.

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  5. In this 2-part training, participants will be exposed to the "power definition" of racism and will observe a racially diverse group of people reflecting on the meaning of the definition, and the efficacy of using the definition to address racism in institutions. A rationale will be explored for developing a full analysis of racism, including understanding its historic and legal roots and contemporary functioning. Participants will be introduced to racism as a systemic and structural problem that shapes individual attitudes and actions in particular ways, impacts institutional norms and the ability of institutions to fully and appropriately serve all constituents, creates institutional mono-culture that makes it difficult for People of Color, immigrants and refugees to access and receive services in cultural sensitive and appropriate ways.

    This first segment focuses on establishing racism as an ongoing problem for US society, on defining racism and creating a sense of urgency to address racism in meaningful ways and introduces the rationale for addressing racism in institutions specifically.

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CPHPL at UC Berkeley

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The Center for Public Health Practice & Leadership (CPHPL) at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health mission is to support students, faculty, alumni and practitioners to achieve excellence in practice and leadership as they promote individual and community…


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The Center for Public Health Practice & Leadership (CPHPL) at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health mission is to support students, faculty, alumni and practitioners to achieve excellence in practice and leadership as they promote individual and community health. We promote a commitment to diversity, human rights and social justice in all we do. We believe everyone can lead from where they are.

Learn more about the CPHPL:
sph.berkeley.edu/careers/center-public-health-practice-leadership

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