November 1, 2022
Episode 74: Health Justice after Covid
We are reportedly “post-COVID.” And yet, just recently, the National Assessment of Educational Progress reported steep declines in math and reading scores amongst U.S. fourth and eighth graders, compared to tests taken pre-COVID. This begs the question, what are ignoring or accepting when we claim we are post-COVID. This week, Jeanne Hruska is joined by Yael Cannon, Associate Professor of Law at Georgetown Law, to discuss health equity and justice, how they impact the conversation about being post-Covid, and the pivotal role that lawyers can play in achieving them.
Episode Guest: Yael Cannon, Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown Law
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