Yolonda Y. Wilson, Ph.D.

Selected

TALKS

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Delivered at the CUNY Black Women Philosophers Conference

A talk from my in-progress book Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life. This chapter is on the disparate treatment that black people experience with pain management.

Delivered at the Ethics Center at Utica College

A talk based on the comparison and contrast of John Locke's and Thomas Hobbes's understandings of political authority and citizens' obligations to the state in order to explain disparate responses to police violence.