An Afro-centric Approach to Public Health: Africana Religions and Public Health in Graduate Education
Journal of Africana Religions
Public Health, Africana Religions, Graduate Education
This article outlines the need for an interdisciplinary graduate program in Africana religions and public health at Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The program would trace the colonial histories of these fields, train students through internships, and create partnership[s between health officials and African diasporic communities in the Twin Cities that promote the insights of Africana ritual practices for hygiene, sanitation, and well-being.
Furiasse, A. (2021). An Afro-centric Approach to Public Health: Africana Religions and Public Health in Graduate Education. Journal of Africana Religions, 9 (1), 118-127. https://doi.org/10.5325/jafrireli.9.1.0118