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Nuestra salud importa
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La salud de las comunidades negras y afrodescendientes es importante COVID-19:

Involucra: A las comunidades negras y afrodescendientes en Canadá y a nivel transnacional en investigación en materia de salud con un enfoque emancipativo como respuesta al efecto devastador que tanto el COVID-19, el racismo anti-negro, y las violencias interseccionales han tenido en nuestras vidas.

Confronta: Al racismo anti-negro y a la violencia interseccional en nuestros sistemas de salud a través de la investigación emancipatoria, centrada en las resistencias en materia de salud, bajo el liderazgo de y para la comunidad.

Facilita: La creación de herramientas e intervenciones exitosas bilingües en materia de salud poblacional.

Nuestros objetivos.

Conoce a nuestro equipo de trabajo

Nuestro equipo de investigación interdisciplinario combina investigadores/as experimentadas/os con investigadores/as emergentes en las disciplinas de Promoción en Salud, Educación, Estudios de las Discapacidades, Administración y Políticas en Salud, Sociología, Ciencias Políticas, Psicología, Trabajo Social, Derecho, Historia, Administración de Empresas, Metodologías Cualitativas y Cuantitativas en la Investigación, Estudios de la Mujer y de Género, Medicina, y Salud Comunitaria, entro otras.

Dr. Roberta Timothy

Dra. Roberta Timothy

Investigadora Principal

La Dra. Roberta Timothy se desempeña como catedrática de la Escuela de Salud Pública Dalla Lana en la Universidad de Toronto. Con más de 30 años de experiencia en salud comunitaria, la Dra. Timothy utiliza en sus investigaciones un análisis interseccional y crítico sobre la raza. La Dra. Timothy está intrínsecamente vinculada con las comunidades negras transnacionales (globales) ya que prioriza en sus investigaciones, cátedras y trabajo comunitario un marco de análisis sobre la salud crítico, panafricano y feminista. La Educación para la Resistencia, la cual constituye una metodología creativa que la Dra. Timothy ha desarrollado y practicado, garantiza que todas sus investigaciones sean lideradas por y para las comunidades negras, desde un marco centrado en el empoderamiento y emancipación.

Dr Evelyn Kissi

Dra. Evelyn Kissi

Becaria postdoctoral

La Dra. Evelyn Kissi completó sus estudios doctorales en Estudios Críticos de las Discapacidades en la Universidad de York (2020). Sus estudios se enfocaron en el entendimiento de las discapacidades a través de la conceptualización de la “persona indígena africana”. Sus intereses investigativos a futuro se centran en las áreas de Espiritualidad Indígena Africana, Discapacidades y Educación.

Dr. Pascal Djiadeu PhD

Pascal Djiadeu is the research analyst and methodologist consultant of the BHMCV19 project at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. He is also a part-time assistant professor at McMaster University, in the department of health research methods evidence and impact, and a lecturer at Humber College/University of Guelph Humber […]

Dr. Pascal Djiadeu

Pascal Djiadeu is the research analyst and methodologist consultant of the BHMCV19 project at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. He is also a part-time assistant professor at McMaster University, in the department of health research methods evidence and impact, and a lecturer at Humber College/University of Guelph Humber where he teaches Applied Epidemiology in the BHScW program in the faculty of health sciences and wellness. His research focuses on HIV implementation sciences, research methodologies and, health inequities and disparities.

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Mercedes Umaña García MEd, Ph.D. (c)

Mercedes cuenta con más de 20 años de experiencia en la facilitación de procesos de desarrollo y sanación personal, comunitarios e institucionales como educadora, terapeuta, investigadora y consultora. Las áreas de interés de Mercedes incluyen Psicoterapia anti opresiva, Salud Mental Comunitaria, Psicología de la Salud, trauma, crecimiento postraumático, duelos, VIH, y metodologías investigativas y de […]

Mercedes Umaña García

Mercedes cuenta con más de 20 años de experiencia en la facilitación de procesos de desarrollo y sanación personal, comunitarios e institucionales como educadora, terapeuta, investigadora y consultora. Las áreas de interés de Mercedes incluyen Psicoterapia anti opresiva, Salud Mental Comunitaria, Psicología de la Salud, trauma, crecimiento postraumático, duelos, VIH, y metodologías investigativas y de traducción de conocimientos interseccionales. Mercedes cuenta con estudios de licenciatura y maestría en Psicología. Actualmente Mercedes es candidata doctoral en el programa de Psicología Clínica en la Universidad de Toronto. Mercedes es codirectora de Continuing Healing Consultants y se identifica como una persona afrodescendiente con raíces indígenas.

Falan Bennett H.B.Sc.

June-August 2020
MPH Candidate, Class of 2021
Social and Behavioural Health Sciences

Falan Bennett

June-August 2020
MPH Candidate, Class of 2021
Social and Behavioural Health Sciences 
Dalla Lana School of Public Health | University of Toronto

Lydia Dagnachew B.Sc. Global Health (Honours)

MPH Candidate, Class of 2023Dalla Lana School of Public HealthUniversity of Toronto

Lydia Dagnachew

MPH Candidate, Class of 2023
Dalla Lana School of Public Health
University of Toronto

Mariam Farah B.A.Sc.

MPH Candidate, Class of 2023Social Behavioural Health SciencesDalla Lana School of Public Health | University of Toronto

Mariam Farah

MPH Candidate, Class of 2023
Social Behavioural Health Sciences
Dalla Lana School of Public Health | University of Toronto

Ayan Hashi BA Hon.

Pronouns: She/Her MPH Candidate, Class of 2022Social and Behavioural Health Sciences Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

Ayan Hashi

Pronouns: She/Her

MPH Candidate, Class of 2022
Social and Behavioural Health Sciences 
Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

Asli Nur

Bachelor of Commerce, Class of 2022Healthcare ManagementHumber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

Asli Nur

Bachelor of Commerce, Class of 2022
Healthcare Management
Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

Samah Osman BHSc.

MPH Candidate, Class of 2023Social and Behavioural Health SciencesDalla Lana School of Public Health | University of Toronto

Samah Osman

MPH Candidate, Class of 2023
Social and Behavioural Health Sciences
Dalla Lana School of Public Health | University of Toronto

Robert Chin-See B.Sc.

Health Sciences, 2022Wilfrid Laurier University

Robert Chin-See

Health Sciences, 2022
Wilfrid Laurier University

Heba Roble H.B.Sc.

MI Candidate, Class of 2022Information Science/StudiesFaculty of Information | University of Toronto

Heba Roble

MI Candidate, Class of 2022
Information Science/Studies
Faculty of Information | University of Toronto

Muna Aden

Women’s Health in Women’s Hands CHC

Muna Aden

Women’s Health in Women’s Hands CHC
http://www.whiwh.com

Feben Aseffa RM, BHSc, MHM

Director, Healthcare Equity, Quality and Human Rights
Association of Ontario Midwives

Feben Aseffa

Director, Healthcare Equity, Quality and Human Rights
Association of Ontario Midwives
www.ontariomidwives.ca
https://www.linkedin.com/in/febenaseffa
feben.aseffa@aom.on.ca

Dr. Alana Butler

Assistant Professor,
Faculty of Education,
Queen’s University

Dr. Alana Butler

Assistant Professor,
Faculty of Education,
Queen’s University
https://educ.queensu.ca/alana-butler

Dr. Afua Cooper

Professor within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Dalhousie University

Dr. Afua Cooper

Professor within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Dalhousie University
Specializations: Canadian and Atlantic slavery; Abolition and Freedom; Legacies of slavery and Decolonization; Universities Studying Race and Slavery; Black Canadian history; African Diaspora Studies; Women and Gender. Co-ordinator of the Black and African Diaspora Studies Minor. https://afuacooper.com/ ; https://www.dal.ca/faculty/arts/sociology-social-anthropology/faculty-staff/our-faculty/afua-cooper.html ; Portia White Prize Winner (2020) https://www.dal.ca/news/2020/11/18/afua-cooper-wins-portia-white-prize.html

Keddone Dias BComm

MPPAL Executive Director,
LAMP Community Health Centre

Keddone Dias

MPPAL Executive Director,
LAMP Community Health Centre
www.LAMPCHC.org

Dr. Azza Eissa PhD., MD.

MD, PhD

Dr. Azza Eissa

MD, PhD. Clinician Scholar at the University of Toronto Department of Family & Community Medicine.
A Freelance Journalist/ CIH trainee at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health Global Journalism Program. 

Manolli Ekra

Senior Coordinator,
Policy and Research / Coordonnatrice Principale, Politique et Recherche,
OCASI

Manolli Ekra

Senior Coordinator,
Policy and Research / Coordonnatrice Principale, Politique et Recherche,
OCASI
https://ocasi.org/

Esther Enyolu

Executive Director, WMRCC of Durham

Esther Enyolu

Executive Director, WMRCC of Durham
https://www.wmrcc.org

Dr. June Francis LLB; PhD

Co-Director -The Co-Laboratorio Project
Director Institute for Diaspora Research and Engagement

Dr. June Francis

Co-Director -The Co-Laboratorio Project
Director Institute for Diaspora Research and Engagement
Associate Professor, Beedie School of Business
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Dr., Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6
Twitter: Dr447

Raeanne Francis

Managing Director, BCRC.

Raeanne Francis

Managing Director, BCRC.
www.bcrcmontreal.com

Dr. George Frempong

Director of Research
Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute (DBDLI)

Dr. George Frempong

Director of Research
Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute (DBDLI)
http://dbdli.ca/our-organization/george-frempong/
george.frempong@dbdli.ca

Dr. Rachel Da Silveria Gorman

Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor
York University
315 Stong 165 Campus Walk

Dr. Rachel Da Silveria Gorman

Graduate Program Director and Associate Professor
York University
315 Stong 165 Campus Walk
Critical Disability Studies
Dance and curating archive

Kassandra Kernisan

Executive Director
DESTA Black Youth Network

Kassandra Kernisan

Executive Director
DESTA Black Youth Network
execdirector@destabyn.org
Office: 514-664-5042
1950 Rue Saint-Antoine O,
Montreal, Qc
H3J 1A5
http://www.destabyn.org

Dr. Fanta Ongoiba

Executive Director
Africans in Partnership Against AIDS (APAA)

Dr. Fanta Ongoiba

Executive Director
Africans in Partnership Against AIDS (APAA)
www.apaa.ca

Maureen Owino MES

Director Committee for Accessible Aids Treatment,
PhD Student, York University Faculty of Environment and Urban Change

Maureen Owino

Director Committee for Accessible Aids Treatment,
PhD Student, York University Faculty of Environment and Urban Change
www.hivimmigration.ca

Sylvia Parris-Drummonds

Chief Executive Director,
Delmore ‘Buddy” Daye Learning Institute (Nova Scotia)

Sylvia Parris-Drummonds

Chief Executive Director,
Delmore ‘Buddy” Daye Learning Institute (Nova Scotia)
www.dbdli.ca
Social media @dbdli @svparris

Dr. Rai Reece PhD.

Assistant Professor,
Department of Sociology
Ryerson University

Dr. Rai Reece

Assistant Professor,
Department of Sociology
Ryerson University
https://www.ryerson.ca/sociology/people/faculty/rai-reece/
https://www.twitter.com/rai_reece

Verlia Stephens

Mentorship And Peer Leadership Coordinator
Supporting Our Youth

Verlia Stephens

Mentorship And Peer Leadership Coordinator
Supporting Our Youth
Pronouns: She/Her
T: 416.324.4100 x 3303
F: 416.324.4188
E: vstephens@sherbourne.on.ca
Sherbourne Health
333 Sherbourne St.
Toronto, ON M5A 2S5
sherbourne.on.ca

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