Tag: race

Blog Posts (7)

January 17, 2017

Stories from the Border: Hearing the Voice of All Community Members

By Audrey Hertenstein We shuffled through the metal detector and were directed to stand with our backs against a wall – the final step in an hour long process to enter the Florence, AZ Detention Center to visit with detainees the organization Mariposas sin Fronteras had been communicating with to offer assistances such as letters […]
September 20, 2016

#WhiteCoats4BlackLives

The capturing on video of the recent death of Terence Crutcher due to a police shooting has renewed concern about the respect paid to black lives in U.S. society.  ReflectiveMedEd reprints these remarks from a #WhiteCoats4BlackLives event at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine which was part of a national observance that gathered […]
August 30, 2016

Will Research on 10,000 New Yorkers Fuel Future Racial Health Inequality?

By Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D. A 20-year, multi-million dollar study of more than 10,000 New Yorkers scheduled to begin next year claims that it will enable the development of theories, therapeutics, and policies to improve the health and quality of … Continue reading
April 26, 2016

Transnational Reproduction: Race, Kinship and Commercial Surrogacy in India

Wednesday, April 27, 12:15 – 1:30 p.m. | Walsh Library Special Collections room Join us for a lunchtime lecture and discussion led by Daisy Deomampo, Ph.D. (assistant professor of anthropology, Fordham). Her research focuses on the intersection between technology, gender, health … Continue reading
January 5, 2016

Imposter Syndrome

by Keisha Ray, Ph.D.

As a junior scholar, Imposter Syndrome is as a part of my daily life as some people’s morning coffee is a part of their morning routine.…

September 8, 2015

What are you doing for black philosophy?

by Keisha Ray, Ph.D.

“What are you doing for black philosophy?” This was the only line in a Facebook message that I received a few days ago from someone I did not know.…

May 4, 2015

A Case for Viewing The Baltimore Protests as a Bioethics Issue

by Keisha Ray, Ph.D.

Freddie Gray’s Death
On April 12, 2015, Freddie Gray, a twenty-five year old black man was arrested and placed in a police van in Baltimore, Maryland for carrying a switchblade (Baltimore State Attorney, Marilyn Mosby later announced that Gray was legally carrying a knife).…

Published Articles (3)

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 8 Issue 11 - Nov 2008

Review of L. Prograis and E. Pellegrino, eds., African American Bioethics: Culture, Race, and Identity

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 7 Issue 2 - Feb 2007

Why Bioethics Cannot Figure Out What to Do with Race

American Journal of Bioethics: Volume 6 Issue 5 - Sep 2006

Race, Pharmacogenomics, and Marketing: Putting BiDil in Context