Ramona Beltrán, MSW, PhD is a Xicana of Yaqui and Mexica descent and dancer/activist/scholar. As an Associate Professor at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, her scholarship is committed to interrupting legacies of historical trauma that affect Indigenous and Latinx communities. She focuses on disrupting the problem-focused approach to understanding Indigenous/Latinx health that dominates mainstream research. She does this through centering resistance, healing, storytelling, and arts-based research methods in knowledge production with and for Indigenous/Latinx communities.
This profile was last updated on June 8, 2020
Mind & Life Connections
Mind and Life Institute • July 12, 2020
2020 Summer Research Institute
2020 Summer Research Institute Session
Our stories are our medicine: Centering culture and healing through story work with Indigenous communities