Inequality, Vulnerability, and Health Justice: Learning from the Pandemic
Session 4 in the Empire State Bioethics Consortium Webinar Series
Data from the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States reveal stark disparities in vulnerability to infection and illness by race, ethnicity, income, immigration status and neighborhood. Vulnerabilities produced by social inequalities are health inequities—a form of injustice. This webinar features perspectives from Texas, Colorado and New York on learning from COVID-19 to work toward justice in health, focusing on Black health, immigrant health and the role of health systems.
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