“Health Care Access and the 2020 Elections”

Posted On August 26, 2020
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“Health Care Access and the 2020 Elections”

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Wednesday, Sept 9, 2020, 3:30-4:45 ET.

Part of the Fall 2020 Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics series, “Ethics and the 2020 Elections”.

Access to health care is among the most controversial issues in our society. It impacts our election. There are special concerns over different opportunities for health care services among residents of the US. This event will consider how health care affects, and should affect, election policy and decisions.

Join a discussion of leading thinkers on this important topic:

  • Seema Mohapatra, Assoc. Prof. of Law and Dean’s Fellow, Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • Yolonda Wilson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Howard University
  • Ruqaiijah Yearby, Prof. of Law at Saint Louis University School of Law; Executive Director and Co-Founder, Institute for Healing Justice and Equity.
  • Rodney Lyn, Interim Dean of GSU School of Public Health, Associate Professor, Senior Associate Dean for Academic and Strategic Initiatives

For free/quick registration and to view the event, click here: https://gsumeetings.webex.com/gsumeetings/onstage/g.php?MTID=eb27ebe3db0bb0562b9418217e8c05b32

Audience Q&A will follow. Questions? Contact D.C. Hardaway, dhardaway1@gsu.edu

[Dr. Yolonda Wilson will later present research-in-progress on September 11, 2020 @ 2 PM. Click here for more info.]

These events are supported by Georgia Humanities and campus partners at GSU including The Center for Human Rights and Democracy, The Office of Civic Engagement, The Center for Studies on Africa and its Diaspora, the Department of Philosophy, the Center for Law, Health & Society, the GSU program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.

 

(For attorneys seeking GA CLE only: Register at the main link above AND at this CLE link. The event is free. GA CLE is optional – $6 for 1.5 credit hours. https://bit.ly/2GEC1Wb)