Black in the Ivory: Writing Confronts Racism

Join Bellevue Literary Review and The Gold Foundation on for an exploration of how writing can–or cannot–confront racism in academia and healthcare. Moderated by Damon Tweedy, incoming BLR Nonfiction Editor,  and Danielle Ofri, BLR Editor-in-Chief. Audience discussion is welcomed.

Part of the [email protected] Festival, celebrating BLR’s 20th anniversary.

Tickets are free, thanks to support from the Gold Foundation. RSVP required to receive event link.

PANELISTS:

Michele Harper, MD is the author of the New York Times best-seller The Beauty in Breaking, which earned a spot on the Times “100 Notable Books of 2020” list. She is an emergency physician who has worked at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx and the VA in Philadelphia. @micheleharpermd

Ofole Mgbako, MD, is currently an infectious disease fellow at Columbia, specifically focused on HIV care and research among LGBTQ+ patients and patients of color. His writing focuses on his experience as a gay Black physician, on the patient-provider relationship, and on racism and homophobia in medicine. @oumgbako

Esther Choo, MD, is an emergency physician and professor at the Oregon Health & Science University. She is a popular science communicator who has used social media to talk about racism and sexism in healthcare. @choo_ek

Kevin Gutierrez, MD, is a graduate of the Narrative Medicine Program at Columbia University where he taught courses on critical race/decolonial theory. He is a first year resident in psychiatry at NYU and teaches on topics of medicine, chattel slavery, and critical theory. @kevgutierrezmd

MODERATED BY:

Damon Tweedy, MD, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Duke University School of Medicine, Staff Psychiatrist at the Durham VA Health Care System, and author of Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor’s Reflections on Race and Medicine.
www.damontweedy.com

Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD, is a primary care doctor at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, and editor-in-chief of the Bellevue Literary Review. She is a clinical professor of medicine at NYU. Her newest book is When We Do Harm, A Doctor Confronts Medical Error. www.danielleofri.com











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Join Bellevue Literary Review and The Gold Foundation on for an exploration of how writing can–or cannot–confront racism in academia and healthcare. Moderated by Damon Tweedy, incoming BLR Nonfiction Editor,  and Danielle Ofri, BLR Editor-in-Chief. Audience discussion is welcomed.

Part of the [email protected] Festival, celebrating BLR’s 20th anniversary.

Tickets are free, thanks to support from the Gold Foundation. RSVP required to receive event link.

PANELISTS:

Michele Harper, MD is the author of the New York Times best-seller The Beauty in Breaking, which earned a spot on the Times “100 Notable Books of 2020” list. She is an emergency physician who has worked at Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx and the VA in Philadelphia. @micheleharpermd

Ofole Mgbako, MD, is currently an infectious disease fellow at Columbia, specifically focused on HIV care and research among LGBTQ+ patients and patients of color. His writing focuses on his experience as a gay Black physician, on the patient-provider relationship, and on racism and homophobia in medicine. @oumgbako

Esther Choo, MD, is an emergency physician and professor at the Oregon Health & Science University. She is a popular science communicator who has used social media to talk about racism and sexism in healthcare. @choo_ek

Kevin Gutierrez, MD, is a graduate of the Narrative Medicine Program at Columbia University where he taught courses on critical race/decolonial theory. He is a first year resident in psychiatry at NYU and teaches on topics of medicine, chattel slavery, and critical theory. @kevgutierrezmd

MODERATED BY:

Damon Tweedy, MD, is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Duke University School of Medicine, Staff Psychiatrist at the Durham VA Health Care System, and author of Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor’s Reflections on Race and Medicine.
www.damontweedy.com

Danielle Ofri, MD, PhD, is a primary care doctor at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, and editor-in-chief of the Bellevue Literary Review. She is a clinical professor of medicine at NYU. Her newest book is When We Do Harm, A Doctor Confronts Medical Error. www.danielleofri.com

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