New waves activism targeted at Big Tech is offering hope and alternative social visions oriented toward social justice, public health and health equity.
Colleagues, former students, and advocates are sharing remembrances and tributes to Dr. Eula Bingham, who passed away on Saturday, June 13 at the age of 90.
A week in mid-May saw two hearings in which federal career scientists from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) warned members of Congress that ignoring evidence will lead to far more COVID-19 deaths.
Recent pieces address EPA’s proposed rule that would devastate public health protections, the reproductive justice movement, unsafe water in rural California communities, and more.
Recent pieces address the life of Elijah Cummings, how science has suffered during Trump’s first 1,000 days, clinics that have lost funding under the Title X gag rule, pandemic preparedness, and more.
Recent pieces include a New York Times Magazine issue on what’s happened in the 400 years since a ship carrying more than 20 enslaved Africans arrived in Virginia.
Recent pieces address reparations, conditions in detention centers for migrant children, a new executive order on federal advisory committees, and more.
Recent pieces address abortion bans’ impacts, defending science against attacks, the decision about declaring an Ebola emergency, and more.
Recent pieces worth reading include articles for Black Maternal Health Week, a look at candidates’ childcare proposals, an interview about social justice and ocean conservation, and more.
Recent pieces address the Title X gag rule, the debut of Time’s Up Healthcare, Medicaid work requirements, and more.