Dr. Bettina Judd on "Art and Health"

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Conversation with visual artist, writer, poet, performer and professor of studies of gender, race, and sexuality, Dr. Bettina Judd(MA PhD). We discuss her award-winning book patient, which examines the history of medical experimentation on, and display of the bodies of Black women through poetry, as well as why racism is a public health issue, the presumed danger of Black embodiment, how to have community in isolation, and the inherent problem of a surgeon founding the modern field of gynecology--and how many are going back to traditional, community, and Indigenous forms of medicine as a result, and much, much more.

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