Episode 210 – Front Lines of COVID-19 with Dr Jeff Gusky
Dr Jeff Gusky is has lived quite the life as an ER doctor, explorer, National Geographic photographer and also as a professional speaker. His discoveries and photographs are now also featured at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American history and culture. Dr Gusky graduated cum laude from Washington State University and also finished near the top of his medical school class at The University of Washington in Seattle. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, the National Honor Medical Society. He is also a Fellow of The American College of Emergency Physicians.
A changed man
Dr Gusky's life changed in 1995 when he found an obscure remnant of the Nazi concentration camp Plazow. This is where the story of Schindler’s List actually took place. Jeff was the first fine art photographer to go behind the former Iron Curtain and also document the hidden world of the holocaust. He has devoted his life to helping others see and help to avoid “the human emergency” caused by rapidly accelerating dehumanization. Which he believes leads to addiction to modern life.
Dr Jeff Gusky on the 3 Covid crises and paradigm shifts
- Dangerous indoor air preceeded Wuhan as well as every “viral bomb” since
- In times of crisis we see differently. We don’t see race, we see other humans
- How can we make mass media safe again, while still respecting the freedom of the press?