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Screen/Society--Duke Global Health Film Festival--"Zika"

Film Screening: "Zika" (International Women's Health Coalition & Debora Diniz, 2016, 30 min, Brazil, in Portuguese w/ English subtitles, Color, Digital) / They came from remote areas of ParaĆ­ba, a state in northeastern Brazil. They are everyday women and doctors. Pregnancy is a time of waiting and discovery. Together, they are moving science forward and learning how to survive the Zika virus epidemic in Brazil. / Trailer: / Panel Speakers: - Kearsley Stewart, Duke Global Health Institute, Chair;- Debora Diniz, University of Brasilia (Anthropology and Law), Anis: Institute for Bioethics, Human Rights and Gender, International Women's Health Coalition, and filmmaker;- Jonathan Katz, Freelance journalist, author of "The Big Truck That Went By", and Director, FHI Media and Journalism Initiative; - Kia Caldwell, UNC-Chapel Hill, African, African-American and Diaspora Studies

Start Date
Monday, February 27, 2017
Start Time
6:00 pm
Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105 - Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall