Executive Director of All Nations Health Center D’Shane Barnett discusses the impact of COVID-19 on Native Americans and indigenous peoples living in Western Montana. He talks about how Western Montana indigenous tribes and urban native health care have been affected by the pandemic. Barnett also talks about the services that the All Nations Health Center offers and what adjustments they’ve had to make during the shutdown and phased reopening.
COVID-19 pandemic; Global pandemic; Public history; Western Montana; Coronavirus pandemic; Public health and safety; Missoula County; Montana public health; Mental health; All Nations Health Center; Indigenous communities; Native American; One Stitch at a Time; Telehealth; All Nations Food Sovereignty Community Garden Project; Social distancing; Masks
University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project, OH 475, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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1 MP4 (00:29:19 min.): digital + 1 transcript (8 p.: 28 cm.)
Barnett, D'Shane, "D'Shane Barnett Interview, June 16, 2020" (2020). University of Montana COVID-19 Oral History Project. 2.