Aug 28, 2021
In part 2 of this conversation we're joined by one of UMedics' supporters and volunteers who shares her personal experience and continues the discussion of caring for one another and mobilizing a community to take care of itself when the systems are not invested in care.
Located in Chicago, Ujimaa Medics is a community-based organization that provides critical health care training to the community, in support of the people who live there. Part 2 of this conversation includes one of UMedics' supporters and volunteers and to share her personal experience and continue the discussion of caring for one another and mobilizing a community to take care of itself when the systems are not invested in care.
This is the final episode of Season 3. Interdisciplinary will return with Season 4, starting on September 18.
Check out Ujimaa Medics here: www.umedics.org
Ujimaa Medics will be part of Just Care: Social Justice in Health Care, October 9-10. Get more information here: https://www.healwell.org/just-care-2021
About Our Guest:
Martine Caverl is one of the founders of Ujimaa Medics. UMedics are "Black community organizers, activists, pastors, healthcare professionals, mothers, brothers, sisters, fathers, cousins, and friends of African Descent in Chicago."