Women, Ethics, and Inequality in U.S. Healthcare

Women Ethics & Inequality

By A. Vigen & Anna Agathangelou. Explores healthcare inequalities by comparing stories of Black and Latina women who have breast cancer, with healthcare statistics, theological imagination, healthcare providers, and social ethics, contending that ethicists, healthcare providers, and scholars arrive at an adequate understanding of human dignity and personhood only when they take seriously the experiences and needs of those most vulnerable due to systemic inequalities. Read more.