March 16, 2015
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Join the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center, in honor of National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, to hear about how Healthy Food improves a compromised immune system.
11:00 AM to 11:45 AM
Food & Your Immune System – Ms. Malia Cable
Malia is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition and dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado. Malia currently works at Essential Nutrition in Boulder, Colorado providing individualized and group counseling to the HIV/AIDS and eating disorders community.
11:45 to 1:00 PM
Indigenous Permaculture & Cooking Demonstration – Ms. Shannon Francis
Shannon is Shannon Francis is Hopi and Diné from the Southwest homelands of Arizona and New Mexico. Shannon is a certified Permaculture Designer and Instructor but focusing more on Indigenous Permaculture, the weaving of Traditional Ecological Knowledge with innovative science. Shannon is one of the few female Indigenous Permaculturalists in the Rocky Mountain and Southwestern regions. She strives to share her passion and commitment to educate and instill care taking of community and land stewardship through Indigenous values and principles.
Sponsored by: The National Native American AIDS Prevention Center, The Center for Church & Global AIDS, The US Office on Minority Health Resource Center, and the US Department of Health & Human Services
Venue: Posner Center - Commons