Benjamin Rabinowitz Symposium in Medical Ethics on Race, Health and Justice *

Benjamin Rabinowitz Symposium in Medical Ethics on Race, Health and Justice *

June 9, 2022 7 Views


A one-day, cross-disciplinary symposium presenting theoretical and empirical research on racial injustice and its impact on health and well-being. The keynote address is “The Black Body and the Trauma of Whiteness” by George Yancy, Emory University. *Content Notice: This presentation includes graphic descriptions of racist violence and the use of racial slurs.

Chapters
0:00 – Introduction
15:30 – Welcome by Anjum Hajat, School of Public Health
22:05 – Welcome Video: University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce
24:26 – “Racism and Reparations in Public Health Research, Practice, and Education,” Wendy Barrington (Nursing & School of Public Health; ARCH Center)
1:05:25 – “Technoscientific Imaginaries of Anti-racism,” Oliver Rollins (American Ethnic Studies)
2:11:33 – “Towards Equity in Public Health: A Brief Overview of Anti-Racist Principles and Strategies,” Mienah Sharif (School of Public Health)
2:33:18 – & Brandie Flood (Director of Community Justice, Evergreen Treatment Services–REACH)
2:55:06 – “Indigenous Health and Thrivance in the Face of Historical Trauma and Ongoing Oppression,” Michelle Johnson-Jennings (School of Public Health)
4:42:38 – “Unruly Images: A Few Words on Colonial Hauntings in the Everyday Ordinary”
Temi Odumosu (Information School)
5:24:58 – “Colonial Fallacies and Scientific Racism in Intersex Medicine: African Activists’ Challenges to Violent Legacies,” Amanda Swarr (Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies)
6:40:57 – “The Black Body and the Trauma of Whiteness,” George Yancy (Emory University)
*Content Notice: This presentation includes graphic descriptions of racist violence and the use of racial slurs.

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