Keisha Ray’s work featured in toolkit for Bioethics and Race

By Angela Gomez, McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics
June 10, 2020 has created the #BlackBioethics Toolkit, a resource featuring articles, blogs, and more on bioethics and race. The toolkit focuses specifically on African Americans and Black people in the United States. Among the resources are works by Keisha Ray, PhD, including blogs entitled, “A Case for Viewing the Baltimore Protests as a Bioethics Issue” and “Our Response to Racism Should Not Be More Unpaid Work for Black Faculty, Part II.” Ray’s work addresses social determinants of racial disparities in health and healthcare, which is the focus of two monographs she is currently writing.