Dr. Olga I. Davis
DIALOGUE ONE – “Race and Racism”
We begin the series by providing a historical context of Race and Racism in the United States and how it impacts Cultures, Institutions, Health Systems and Personal perspectives. Our first 2-hour workshop will be led by innovative, thought leader and Community Health Advocate Dr. Olga Davis who will provide contextual background and insights to our topic. In this interactive workshop, you will engage with others to learn and explore in a safe and educational space. Be prepared to share experiences, ideas and your own stories with the whole group or in breakout sessions and to connect with open minds and kind hearts. We look forward to exploring with you Online!
Dr. Olga Idriss Davis is passionate about enhancing communication to improve the health and well-being of under-served populations. She is a disciplinary leader in critical cultural studies that explore identity and power and in health literacy. Her work centers on narrative discourse—how humans create identity and co-construct their world through the nature of telling stories. Most importantly, her methodology is grounded in community-based participatory approaches, which are used to explore the nature of health disparities and the role of health literacy, with the goal of achieving an equitable and healthy future for all communities. Dr. Davis is also President of Davis Communication Group, LLC, a multimedia communication consulting company specializing in narrative intervention, critical dialogue and intercultural relations located in Phoenix, Arizona.
DATE: Thursday, July 30th 2020
TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
LOCATION: The comfort of your home office, backyard, couch or wherever you are practicing social distancing.
Zoom Registration Instructions
First, please register for this workshop here:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
You may join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device..
(This workshop will be recorded and posted on the DLA website for future viewing)