Kartik Amarnath

environmental justice in health

"Permitir que el sufrimiento hable": Tratando las raíces oprimidas de la enfermedad

Al conectar los puntos entre los síntomas médicos y los patrones de injusticia, pasamos de simplemente manejar el sufrimiento a ofrecer una cura duradera.

"El imperialismo deja tras de sí gérmenes de podredumbre que debemos detectar clínicamente y eliminar de nuestro territorio, pero también de nuestra mente". —Frantz Fanon, Los Condenados de la Tierra.

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