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University of Minnesota's Jillian Fish to present 'The Ecology of Storytelling in Native America' May 10

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The University of Minnesota Medical School's Jillian Fish, will present "The Ecology of Storytelling in Native America: Using Digital Stories to Examine Native American Identities Across Developmental Contexts" from 4-5 p.m. on Monday, May 10 via Zoom as part of Western's Center for Cross-Cultural Research (CCCR) Speaker Series.

This presentation is free and open to the public; email CCCR director Kate McLean at kate.mclean@wwu.edu for the Zoom link to the presentation.

Fish's research broadly focuses on transforming social institutions to be more just and equitable for Native American and Indigenous peoples; she is completing her postdoctoral fellowship at the Minneapolis VA Health Care System's Center for Care Delivery and Outcomes Research. For more information about this lecture or to learn more about the center, go to the CCCR website at https://wp.wwu.edu/cccr/.

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