Spotlight is an ongoing series of interviews that highlights to work of the Center of Bioethics. This series explores topics of interest to featured faculty, thought leaders, alumni, and community members to discuss current and emerging issues and their impact on the field of bioethics.
In this issue, Rahsaan Hall reflects on the Center's Behind Bars: Ethics and Human Rights in U.S. Prisons conference. He also discusses how the Racial Justice Program at the ACLU of Massachusetts is helping communities of color through their public education campaign “What a Difference a DA Makes.”
Patrick Smith, Center core faculty member, and Hall together consider how religious ethics and communities of faith can aid in caring for historically disenfranchised communities.
Watch the interview above or via the Center for Bioethics YouTube channel.