Black Health, book by Keisha Ray released today

By Angela Gomez, McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics
March 31, 2023

Center assistant professor Keisha Ray, PhD, wrote Black Health: The Social, Political, and Cultural Determinants of Black People’s Health, which was released today by Oxford University Press. Ray’s book is part of the publisher’s Bioethics for Social Justice series and highlights the lived experience of Black people and the relations between their health and institutions. The book is available through Oxford and on Kindle, and will be on Amazon starting April 25.