What does health justice mean? How does health justice relate to other frameworks for advocacy, teaching, research, and scholarship? And how should the community be involved in efforts to realize health justice?
These are the prompts for an online health justice symposium organized by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School and edited by Ruqaiijah Yearby and Lindsay F. Wiley.
ChangeLab Solutions chief executive officer Sarah de Guia and managing director Alexis Etow recently co-authored two separate contributions to this symposium:
How Community Organizations and Health Departments Can Partner to Advance Health Justice by Sarah de Guia, Rachel A. Davis, and Kiran Savage-Sangwan
Addressing School Discipline Disparities Through the Health Justice Framework by Alexis Etow and Thalia González
"Health justice is not just a cause or an idea, but the way forward for public health agencies and communities alike."
Read the two articles listed above or access the full symposium on the Petrie-Flom Center's website.