Dean Patricia Davidson and Executive Vice Dean Marie Nolan confront racism and the COVID-19 pandemic, and discuss how to pursue social justice in their new article for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s American Nurse column.
It is true that both the COVID-19 pandemic and protests across the country have laid open the broad cracks in our society that have left communities vulnerable and broken. And it’s our hope that now maybe we have reached the tipping point politically, economically, and socially where we have no other choice than to make radical and drastic changes for the betterment of our country and world.
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