Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, author of What The Eyes Don’t See, was a guest speaker February 17 via Zoom hosted by the Ann Arbor campus.
Ann-Arbor campus Librarian Liz Hartig led the Q&A with Dr. Hanna-Attisha. According to Hartig, What The Eyes Don’t See is an exciting read, weaving together history, science, current events and general health.
“Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha’s research and experience during the Flint Water Crisis sheds light on many themes relevant to all disciplines in environmental justice, racial justice, and public health,” Hartig said.
Assistant Vice President of Academics Dr. Erin Laverick also helped host Dr. Hanna-Attisha. Laverick said What The Eyes Can’t See is a book for the masses and a read that connects everyone, regardless of education or background.
“She’s a great writer. It reads like a political thriller, you wanna know what happens next. So much of herself comes out in this book and I think there is something for everyone in this book,” said Laverick. “I think that will come out or come into play when she speaks. ”
To learn more about Dr. Hanna-Attisha’s book discussion of What The Eyes Don’t See, click here.
Written By Hanna Castillo