Welcome! We are a group of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students representing the UW SPH Deans Advisory Council for students. Through shared film viewing and discussion, we aim to build community across SPH.
Join us to view a documentary film about the impactful work of labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta. Following the film, we will engage in expert-guided discussion about the themes of Dolores Huerta's work -- from activism, worker's rights, environmental justice, to feminism – as well as implications for our community today. The documentary will be shown from 6:00 - 7:30 pm, followed by an in-depth conversation of Dolores’s work and impact from 7:30 - 8:30 pm.
Featuring Guest Panelists:
1. Juanita Chavez
Communication and Development Director of the Dolores Huerta Foundation
2. Antoinette Angulo, MPH
Community Partnerships Specialist in the UW Latino Center for Health
3. Maria Blancas, PhD Candidate
College of the Environment - School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
4. BJ Cummings, MA
Community Engagement Manager of the UW Superfund Research Program
5. Michelle Habell-Pallan, PhD
Professor in the Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies; Director of the Center for Communication, Diversity, and Equity's Graduate Certificate for Public Scholarship
“Dolores” is available for viewing ahead of the event through the UW Library, if you would prefer to join for discussion only: https://video-alexanderstreet-com.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/watch/dolores
Note: registration will remain open throughout the event and the Zoom link will be immediately sent after registering.