Jessica Dillard-Wright, MA, MSN, CNM, RN (1982 – )


Inspiration for Activism Part II –

  • Unapologetic intersectional feminist

    Jessica Dillard-Wright presenting a poster at Graduate Research Day

  • Nurse Activism Think Tank participant
  • Contributor, Radical Nurses Blog
  • Co-author with Vanessa Shields-Hass of the “Manifesto for Nurses Working Together” published on October 22, 2018
  • Organizer, Southern Radical Nurses Collective (see more on radicalnurses.com, forthcoming)
  • Aspiring nurse philosopher
  • Social and reproductive justice advocate (see more information here)
  • Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health faculty adviser (see more information here)
  • Emancipatory nurse educator
  • Co-organizer of a pop-up nursing think tank in 2019 – follow

    @radicalnursesAUG and @radicalnursesNOLA

Nursing is a radical act, at every turn, in every way. The profession of nursing has unparalleled potential to impact the future of healthcare and our world, which is the motivation for my activism. The right to health is the foundation for a more just and equitable society and work toward this cause begins, for me, with nursing. Nursing is inherently political and we – as nurses, educators, citizens – cannot afford to err on the side of neutrality. This informs my approach to nursing, to nurse education, nurse scholarship, and to nurse activism. In collaboration with other nurse activists (including Vanessa Shields-Haas and Jane Hopkins Walsh), I am hoping to organize and host a pop-up nurse activism think tank in summer 2019. More details to follow.

Activism in action: protest mom and Atticus take the Women’s March

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