Tribal communities in the West have been especially hard-hit by COVID-19. This summer, research led by Hannah Kelley (Sihásapa Lakóta) and Aja Two Crows (Bitterroot Salish) explored the Native American response to the pandemic through interviews with Natives in Seattle and on the Navajo Nation. Now, the students have launched a podcast that shares the hidden stories of Native health and coronavirus, with each episode offering a new voice from subject specialists and everyday Natives alike. How have Native People accessed care during the health crisis, and what impact has it had on their physical, mental and spiritual well-being? Two Crows and Kelley asked these questions both on the reservation and in more urban areas, documenting the diverse experiences of Native People in "Portraits of a Pandemic," premiering Thursday, November 5 at 4:00 p.m. PST.