Author’s note: At Anthro Analyst, we often analyze societal issues about public health from an anthropological perspective. In doing so, we try to provide unique insight into global public health trends and offer unique commentary from the perspective of high-school students. This is the second episode of our podcast which provides us a great platform to discuss anthropological ideas in a format easy to digest. Feel free to follow our podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Anchor to stay up to date with our series!
The settler colonial logic of elimination lives on in America. Due to systemic disparities in water, housing, food, and wealth, Indigenous communities are experiencing the COVID-19 crisis worse than the rest of the country. In this podcast, Soham Govande and Durjay Trehan explore how culture and religion have affected, and been affected by, our response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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