Arika Patneaude and Bridget Sumser swing by to talk about their work as anti-oppression decolonizers.
Elise Ahenkorah (she/her)
“Safe and Brave Spaces Don’t Work (and What You Can Do Instead)”
Dr Autumn Asher BlackDeer
Wilson Center: “What Explains the United States’ Dismal Maternal Mortality Rates?”
Luvvie Ajayi Jones’ TED Talk “Get Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable”
About Our Guests:
Arika Patneaude is a licensed independent clinical social worker and ethnic minority mental health specialist, who has worked extensively in social services since 1992. The focus of her work includes: adult mental health; homeless housing services; and pediatric medical social work, with a focus on solid organ transplant, grief and bereavement, and pediatric palliative care.
Bridget Sumser is a social worker with the Palliative Care Program for adults. She focuses on the whole person and the family, addressing each patient's social and emotional well-being through counseling, care planning and assistance with navigating the health care system.
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