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NLM History Talk by Naa Oyo A. Kwate – Race and African American Health
February 11 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
You are cordially invited to the next NLM History Talk, to be held virtually this Thursday, February 11, at 2pm ET HERE!
Join us to welcome Naa Oyo A. Kwate, PhD – Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Associate Professor of Human Ecology, Rutgers University, and recipient of a 2018 NLM G13 Award for Scholarly Works in Biomedicine and Health/Publications for her project “Race and the Transformation of the Food Environment: Fast food, African Americans, and the Color Line, 1955-1995.”
The title of Dr. Kwate talk will be “Savages cry easily and are afraid of the dark”: What It Means to Talk about Race and African American Health. Her presentation is co-sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of the recently-renewed NLM/NEH partnership to collaborate on research, education, and career initiatives. Click HERE for more information
Learn more about Dr. Kwate’s talk from the Washington Post, and participate in the Q&A via the live feedback interface of the videocast.
This free program, like all NLM History Talks, will be live-streamed globally, close-captioned live, and subsequently archived in the NIH Videocast archive of History of Medicine programs. Click HERE for more information.
NLM History Talks promote awareness and use of NLM and related historical collections for research, education, and public service in biomedicine, the social sciences, and the humanities. They also support the commitment of the NLM to recognize the diversity of its collections—which span ten centuries, encompass a range of digital and physical formats, and originate from nearly every part of the globe—and to appreciate the diversity of individuals who value these collections and use them to advance their research, teaching, and learning. Click to learn more HERE
Lindsay Franz, MLIS
Systems Librarian, NLM History of Medicine Division