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Digital Storytelling Intro – Māhina 2015

What is a digital story? How and why did the 2015 cohort of the Māhina program create them. Watch this introduction video by Māhina Program Director Anjulie Ganti (MSW, MPH) to find out!

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Epiphany Lototele Nick – Māhina 2015

Epiphany Lototele Nick’s roots are in Samoa and South Carolina. While studying American Ethnic Studies and Biology at UW, her commitment to serve the community brought her to IWRI, as she wanted to learn more about the magnitude to which health/healthcare disparities disproportionately affect Indigenous and Black communities. As a result, Epiphany realized that her…

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Stephanie Riedl – Māhina 2015

Stephanie Riedl (Sts’ailes/Musqueam, First Nations), will be receiving a B.A. in American Indian Studies from the UW with a minor in Diversity Studies. Stephanie has worked in urban schools to implement peer-to-peer crisis intervention education. She has also worked with Neah Bay youth (Makah Tribe) to facilitate digital storytelling projects through the UW Pipeline Program….

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Solana Rollolazo – Māhina 2015

Solana Rollolazo is a Filipino/Alaskan Native (Haida) third-year student at the UW pursuing her B.A. in Medical Anthropology and Global Health with a focus on Pacific Islander studies and a minor in Diversity. Her involvement in the Pacific Islander community through UW’s Polynesian Student Alliance, Tahitian dance troupe Te Fare O Tamatoa, and her cultural…

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