“Indigenous people, homeless people, quilombolas and the incarcerated population: accentuated vulnerabilities in face of covid-19” was the theme of ISC em Casa this Friday (08).

The guests were: Thais Regina Silva, quilombola student at the UFBA Law School, born in the Alto do Cruzeiro quilombo in Acupe – Santo Amaro; Ubiraci Pataxó, community therapist, master of knowledge and apprentice of a shaman; and Martinho Silva, professor at UERJ and researcher on health issues in prisons.

The session was mediated by Leny Trad, professor and coordinator of the Community, Family and Health Program (FA-SA) at the UFBA Institute of Collective Health.