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Sasha Zhou

Sasha Zhou, assistant professor at Wayne State University and a member of the leadership team at the Healthy Minds Network, discusses the current state of mental health among college students and how we can better support this population.

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Donna Benton

Donna Benton, research associate professor at the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and director of the Family Caregiver Support Center, discusses how we can better support caregivers and the individuals they care for. 

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Donald Warne

Donald Warne, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health, discusses pressing health concerns facing Indigenous populations and his journey to open the first Indigenous-focused school of medicine.

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Food Sovereignty and Indigenous Food Practices

PHPod sits down with Ryann Monteiro, a Boston University School of Public Health alum and an Indigenous public health practitioner and educator, to discuss food sovereignty and Indigenous food practices related to cultural preservation and revitalization.

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Richard Brookshire

Richard Brookshire, U.S. Army veteran and co-founder and CEO of the Black Veterans Project, discusses the mission and work of his organization and how we can better support Black veterans.

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Louisa Yasukawa

Louisa Yasukawa, Associate Resettlement and Complementary Pathways Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Ecuador, discusses internal displacement and how the phenomena disproportionately impacts marginalized communities.

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Fat Liberation and Weight Discrimination

PHPod host Kara Schmidt sits down with Rev. Dr. Anastasia Kidd, director of Contextual Education at Boston University School of Theology, and Massachusetts State Senator Becca Rausch to discuss the fat liberation movement, the health effects of weight stigma, and recent legislation to address size discrimination in the Commonwealth.

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Madhukar Pai

Madhukar Pai, Canada Research Chair in epidemiology and global health at McGill University, discusses the ongoing challenges of global health and how he hopes to see the field evolve in the future.

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David Hemenway

David Hemenway, an economist, professor, and co-director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center, speaks on the intersection of gun violence and public health, and offers thoughts on pathways forward. 

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The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Epidemic

PHPod host Kara Schmidt sits down with Annita Lucchesi, founder and director of Sovereign Bodies Institute, and Jodi Voice Yellowfish, founder and chair of MMIW-Texas Rematriate, to discuss the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the United States.

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