Posts Tagged ‘Wellness & Minorities’


Oct 11: Latinos Saludables Community Conversation

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Sunday, Oct 11 12:30-2pm | Latinos Saludables Community Conversation: Creating Environments for your Child to Success in School and Beyond | Queen of Angels, Austin, Partnering with Austin Aspires (autstinauspires.org), the Mower Refreshed Latinos Saludables team will host a conversation over soup that will engage, equip and empower those attending to consider how to creating spaces and relationships that help kids succeed in school and beyond.

RSVP at connect@mowerrefreshed.org or 507.434.1039

Latinos Saludables Community Conversation Dinner!

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

latinosaludables02Purpose:
Dine and discuss about ways to make living healthy easier over authentic Mexican food!

When: Friday, July 11, 2014
Where: Cunningham Hall at Queen of Angels | Austin, MN
Time: 4:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
RSVP: Call 507.434.1039 or email: connect@MowerRefreshed.org

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Creating an Inclusive Wellness Community : Guest Author Sara Bakken Lee

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Sara LeeEarlier this month, as part of a graduate program at the University of Minnesota Public Health Institute, I took a class, “Communicating about Health Disparities: Are you sending the right message?” Discussion focused on systems, structures, environments, policy, resource allocation, data collection, research (stay with me here, it gets more interesting, I promise!) as they relate to the relationship between health, race, cultural differences and place/where one lives. It was a thought-provoking class, with the instructor providing several examples of case studies, ads, public health campaigns and then questioning us on the purpose of each and how they were likely received by the intended audience.

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