Public Health and Social Jusitce

Race, Ethnicity, Culture AND Immigration

Slide Shows:

*Economic, health and human rights issues of racial and ethnic minorities
Overview of economic, health, and human rights issues of racial and ethnic minorities

Public Health Actions for Immigrant Rights (Public Health Awakened): http://publichealthawakened.com/guide-for-public-health-to-protect-immigrant-rights/

Racial Health Disparities – Appearances, Mirages, and New Realities – Steve Miles
Brief Overview from Steve Miles, MD

Media:

*You are being watched: privacy, public health and society (one hour program, first half features mostly discussion about current political situation with respect to Syrian refugees, terrorism, and the rise of xenophobia and nationalism; second half covers privacy). Conversations with Dr Don (cable television program), Portland, OR, December, 2015. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQBP5vdlZY0

Episode 8: Complicit. Prescription for Justice. June, 2018. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eer4TTmPXvs.

*Episode 11: Immigration – Ethics and Philosophy. Prescription for Justice. September, 2018. Guest Alex Sager, PhD, Chair of the Philosophy Department at Portland State University and author of Toward a Cosmopolitan Ethics of Mobility: The Migrant’s Eye View of the World. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QEuC4MlUX4.

*Episode 19. Undocumented Immigrants and Kidney Transplants: An Inspiring Story. Prescription for Justice. Guest Kristin Pallock, 4th year medical student at Rush Medical College (now MD), recipient of American Public Health Association’s 2018 Student Activist Award. May, 2019. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-lqemhfpqY.

*Episodes 20. Immigration: history, imperialism, incarceration, and human rights (Part I). Prescription for Justice. Guest Matthew Anderson, MD, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and co-editor, Social Medicine. June, 2019. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM9IKAmXg5g.

*Episode 21. Immigration: history, imperialism, incarceration, and human rights (Part II). Prescription for Justice. Guest Matthew Anderson, MD, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and co-editor, Social Medicine.  July, 2019. Available at

External Resources:

See external resources page at http://phsj.org/external-links/ (multiple topic areas)