Preserving humanitarian values, compassion and justice through a time of crisis.

Conversations about (Pandemic) Ethics: Ethical COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Design and Equitable Distribution

If there were one COVID vaccine educational conference I could send to my mom and dad and the whole world, it would be this one, brought to you by the CMHE, the Ecumenical Center, and Methodist Healthcare Ministries. Three eminent specialists in infectious disease walk us through the COVID vaccine trials and what to expect … Continue reading Conversations about (Pandemic) Ethics: Ethical COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Design and Equitable Distribution

Eli Saslow On Coronavirus

This week, I have been captivated by a series in the Washington Post by Eli Saslow, author of Rising Out of Hatred. In his series entitled Voices from the Pandemic, Saslow shares the stories of Americans affected by COVID-19. Each piece is constructed as a personal narrative “as told to” Eli Saslow–the author’s hand appears … Continue reading Eli Saslow On Coronavirus

Video: From Generosity to Justice

Ford Foundation President Darren Walker spoke to our community about social justice, generosity, and service work during the 2020 Ewing Halsell Distinguished Lecture. Mr. Walker was joined in conversation by professor Raul B. Rodriguez,  Associate Vice President for International Affairs at Monterrey Tech in Mexico, as well as UT Health’s own Drs. Francisco Cigarroa and … Continue reading Video: From Generosity to Justice

An Open Public Conversation: From Generosity to Justice

The Ewing Halsell Distinguished Lecture Series, Presented by the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics Join us on Thursday, Sept. 10, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. CDT for the Ewing Halsell Distinguished Lecture featuring Darren Walker, JD, President of the Ford Foundation. Register for this free virtual event at FromGenerosityToJustice.Eventbrite.com. At a time of rising inequality, Ford Foundation President Darren Walker is reimagining philanthropy less … Continue reading An Open Public Conversation: From Generosity to Justice

Healthcare Worker Mental Health in COVID-19: The Mount Sinai and NYC Experience

“We may not be able to control what is happening to us, but we can control how we treat one another” -Charity Hospital first responder team, August 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana. Guest post by Dr. Ruth Berggren With mortality and hospitalization rates due to COVID-19 soaring in Texas and San Antonio, health professionals are stretched … Continue reading Healthcare Worker Mental Health in COVID-19: The Mount Sinai and NYC Experience

Why Are We Dying? Race, Ethnicity and Health Justice in the COVID-19 Pandemic A Virtual “PanPals” Event | Monday, June 29, 2020 | 11:00 a.m. to Noon Register at HealthJustice.Eventbrite.com | Free and Open to All The pandemic affects all of us, and some communities are experiencing harsher effects than others. Why is that, and what can … Continue reading

Stay Woke: The Full Recording

On June 11th, the Center for Medical Humanities partnered with Antioch Baptist Church and Temple Beth-El to bring together a panel of faith leaders from Muslim, Christian and Jewish backgrounds to discuss the crisis of the racial divide in South Texas. The panel was nothing short of amazing, with wisdom, grief, rage, vulnerability and action … Continue reading Stay Woke: The Full Recording

Stay Woke: San Antonio Faith Leaders on Race and the Racial Divide

Register for this event here: StayWokeSATX.Eventbrite.com On Thursday June 11 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Pan Pals invites you to join an online forum of San Antonio faith leaders for a discussion of our society and our moral lives in the wake of George Floyd’s death. This discussion is a collaborative effort led by Antioch Baptist Church, Temple Beth-El, … Continue reading Stay Woke: San Antonio Faith Leaders on Race and the Racial Divide

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