Yolonda Yvette Wilson is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Howard University (Washington, DC), her alma mater. Professor Wilson’s research interests include bioethics, social and political philosophy, race theory, and feminist philosophy, centering on racial and gender justice, particularly in the health care realm. She is the lead editor of a forthcoming special issue of The Journal of Social Philosophy entitled “Exploring Racial Injustice,” in which her article, “A Postmortem on Postraciality,” will appear. Currently, Wilson is at work on a monograph, Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life. She argues there that if nonideal theory provides the necessary tools with which to understand racial injustice, then nonideal theory also offers an important view of racially unjust disparities in health and health care. Her public scholarship on issues of bioethics, race, and gender has appeared in the Hastings Center’s Bioethics Forum and The Conversation and been reprinted in outlets such as the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, Salon.com, and the Philly Voice. Her media appearances include outlets such as Al Jazeera English and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Radio. Wilson has been named a 2019-20 fellow of the National Humanities Center.