Democrats and Republicans on the hill are currently negotiating a deal on the next—and likely last—COVID-19 relief package. We can’t allow this package to ignore survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, like the three before it.
Gender stereotypes inform the expectations of women working in public health. Women’s job performances have always been—and continue to be—assessed along different metrics than men’s.
With COVID-19 cases on the rise, polling places are closing due to shortages of willing workers. This means that as a make-or-break presidential election is on the horizon, the right to vote in the United States is at risk.
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President Donald Trump has announced he has officially begun the process to withdraw the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN’s global health agency. In response, the Global Health Council and its multilateral roundtable have begun a social media campaign: #WeNeedWHO.
The entertainment industry needs to use its power and unique position to radically change the oppressive, systemic and white supremacist culture that persists in Hollywood.
Deanna Van Buren is co-founder, executive director and design director of Designing Justice + Designing Spaces, an Oakland-based architecture and real estate development nonprofit working to end mass incarceration by building infrastructure that redefines the entire criminal justice pipeline.
“There’s an entire infrastructure for criminal justice; we could create an entire infrastructure for restorative justice.”
On June 1, the Campaign for Accountability released ongoing correspondence between the deputy assistant secretary for population affairs, Diane Foley, and abortion opposition groups. The emails discuss promoting “natural family planning methods” over safe and accurate methods of birth control in use today.