“Indigenous people, homeless people, quilombolas and the incarcerated population: accentuated vulnerabilities in face of covid-19” is the theme of ISC em Casa this Friday (08). The seminar will be broadcast live, at 10 am, through the ISC YouTube channel (youtube.com/labvideoisc).

The guests are Ubiraci Pataxó, community therapist, master of knowledge and apprentice of a shaman; Sueli Oliveira, national coordinator of the Street Population Movement / BA and the Northeast Region; Thais Regina Silva, quilombola student at UFBA Law School, born in Alto do Cruzeiro quilombo in Acupe – Santo Amaro; Martinho Silva, professor at UERJ and researcher on health issues in prisons; and Leny Trad, professor and coordinator of the Community, Family and Health Program (FA-SA) at the UFBA Institute of Collective Health.