2021 Healthcare Symposium
Wellness, Science, and the
New Insurance
During COVID-19

Thursday, May 27th, 2021
1:00 - 3:00pm
a Zoom webinar hosted by Dialogue on Diversity

Adapting its traditional programing to the confines of a Pandemic world, Dialogue on Diversity offers the up-dated versions of the key subjects, newly turning a full broadside of attention to the effects on economic life, on household budgeting and consumer behavior, on novel educational and health care challenges, and on the new conundrums of IT and privacy defense.

As the Dialogue commences its fourth decade, its discussions turn to the puzzles of shaping the new, post-COVID regime in economy and society and public affairs. Will all be much the same as the old, but, unlike its forerunners, more beneficent and more shrewdly planned, than in the first two hundred years of the Republic.         
The Politics and Issues of Vaccination
Health Care put to the test – Who said flying colors no longer exist ?
Manhattan project redux: An eighty year’s triumph over odds.
Life on the edge: Turbulent politics, Encroaching domesticity, the New Normal
Latinos: Immigration, Refugee Influx, and Trafficking
Recovery, re-assembling the pieces, a new structure.
The doctrine of Social Justice
Theories of Immunity, Antibodies, Mechanisms of Immunity
Women's Lives and Discrimination, Gender, Ethnicity, Social Isolation
Costs of Insurance under ACA or Succesor Statutes
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