Yolonda Y. Wilson (NHC Fellow, 2019–20)

Project Title

Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life

Howard University

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Yolonda Williams

Fellowship Work Summary, 2019–20

Yolonda Y. Wilson conducted extensive research and partially drafted three chapters for her book, Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life. She also edited a volume, Feminist Philosophers and MeToo, that is under contract with Routledge. She also drafted chapters for two edited volumes: “Conceptualizing Insurrectionist Ethics” for Insurrectionist Ethics, edited by Jacoby Carter and Darryl Scriven (forthcoming) and “Race, Death, and the Complexities of End of Life Decision-Making: The Case of Jahi McMath” for The Disability Bioethics Reader, edited by Joel Reynolds and Christine Wieseler (forthcoming).