Health Promotion Practice, a journal of the Society for Public Health Education, curates a collection of articles focusing on health promotion in indigenous communities. The Navajo Tribe refers to the San Francisco Peaks as "Dook'o'oosłííd," which means "the summit which never melts" or "the mountain which peak never thaws." The following are also names which… Continue reading Health Promotion Practice hosting free downloads of Indigenous research for a limited time
This Wednesday, President Trump’s administration announced plans to open over 9.3 million acres of the Tongass National Forest to logging and roadbuilding. The Tongass is the world’s largest remaining intact temperate rainforest and our country’s oldest and largest national forest. The forest stores nearly 8 percent of all the carbon stored in US forests, making… Continue reading Trump just fully opened ‘America’s Climate Forest’ to logging, again proving a threat to democracy
By Christopher Lynn, Ph.D., University of Alabama, firstname.lastname@example.org As we hunker down in our social isolation but reach out to each other through Zoom, social media, emails, and other creative ways, it reminds me of why my friend and colleague Cara Ocobock and I started the “Sausage of Science” podcast (which you can subscribe to… Continue reading From Blogging to Podcasting to Public Intellectual?