SRP at the Narragansett Indian Tribe Powwow

Brown University’s SRP launched The Namaus (All Things Fish) Project at the Narragansett Tribe’s Annual Powwow in Charlestown, R.I., August 9-10, 2015. The SRP Community Engagement Core is working with the Tribe to assess the impacts of environmental contamination on the Narragansett Tribe, and to facilitate informed decision-making regarding fish consumption and fish contamination. The exhibit included an aquarium with “fish” from Tribal Ponds to engage youth. Adults were recruited for Talking Circles.

Marcella R Thompson, PhD, MS, CSP, RN, COHN-S, FAAOHN
Co-Leader of Community Engagement, Superfund Research Program of Brown University

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