Limited capacity: Registration Closed
Pandemics raise complex ethical issues, including prioritizing access to scarce resources, designing public health measures that balance liberty with common good, and managing global and national interests. Pandemics reveal fissures in a society, illuminating longstanding inequities, and impacting vulnerable communities. In this session, Bradford Gray, an eminent sociologist and chairman of The Hastings Center’s board of directors will interview the president of The Hastings Center, Mildred Solomon, who has been writing and speaking nationally and internationally on ethical issues raised by the pandemic. Mildred Solomon is also Professor of Global Health & Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School.
This is a partnership between LFV, Little Falls Library & COFFE.
SPONSOR: Little Falls Village
REGISTRATION: Required, by May 4
ACCESS: Zoom login will be emailed to registrants before the event.