8th Annual Mount Sinai Global Health Conference to screen Whiteclay documentary
There are an estimated 370 million indigenous peoples living in more than 70 countries worldwide. They represent a rich diversity of cultures, religions, traditions, languages and histories; yet continue to be among the world’s most marginalized population groups.
The next annual Mount Sinai Global Health Conference will showcase a range of indigenous health issues… register today and join other students, physicians, academics, activitists, and community members to learn more about the critical health issues facing indigenous groups both here in the United States and across the globe.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine | Goldwurm Auditorium
1425 Madison Avenue
New York 10029
Friday, February 26th
5:30pm Wine and Cheese Reception
6:30pm Documentary Screening, The Battle for Whiteclay
followed by discussion with the filmmakers, Frank LaMere and Mark Vasina
Saturday, February 27th
9:30am Conference Sign-in
10am Speaker Presentations
1pm Lunch Break (free lunch provided
2pm Speaker Presentations
with Keynote Address by Winona LaDuke