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Labeling the COVID-19 virus the “China Virus” is driving racism and violence targeting those in the AAPI community.
“Suffering is Not a Natural Destiny”: Why Solidarity Reporting on Public Safety for Marginalized Communities Cannot Wait
How solidarity news values can help improve reporting on marginalized communities
Developing Norms, Prioritizing Responses
The cost of cyber-insecurity is already too high.
Tech Ethics Program Director Brian Patrick Green discusses the ethical implications of exploring Mars in this compelling podcast.
Summary: Embracing human challenge trials may not be easy, but we cannot afford to overlook the enormous social benefit that comes with their implementation.
Nonprofits and their philanthropists support community organizations in their efforts to vaccinate those who may otherwise be overlooked.
Many military personnel and their family members are declining to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and this raises important ethical issues for our national security and the public health of communities.
We must put policies and procedures in place to ensure that those who are prioritized to get the vaccination do so quickly while others who are lower on the priority list get theirs in appropriate due time.
By their very design, social media platforms have offered equal opportunity to sellers of “Big Lies,” conspiracy theories, and political disinformation.
Mass incarceration is a public health crisis and should be given the attention and resources necessary to confront the problem.