Even though the #MeToo movement has gained considerable traction and support since its inception, coming forward takes an incredible amount of courage due to institutional and environmental factors in areas such as entertainment, the workplace, and higher education. While starting and perpetuating conversations is an excellent way to get started, it’s only the beginning of the solution.
The United States currently has one of the highest infant mortality rates of all developed countries in the world. In this time of crisis, many black women have begun to search for care outside of the traditional model.
Is government intervention necessary for safeguarding community health? The City of Oakland can help answer that question.
A recent court case has the potential to invalidate the Affordable Care Act — and cut millions of dollars in public health funding.
How does Islamophobia affect Muslim Americans’ access to equitable health care?
UC Berkeley students from Students United for Reproductive Justice, or SURJ, are working to make medication abortion accessible to college students across California.
Migrant farmworkers make significant contributions to our economy. They also face significant health risks and occupational hazards.
Our reliance on the Internet to access a variety of resources makes net neutrality more valuable now than ever. Healthcare is just one example.
Outcry ensued when a Tennessee judge offered inmates birth control in return for a reduced jail sentence. Yet, the judge’s actions follow a long history of forced sterilization in the United States.
Rumors of people using food stamps to purchase lobster and steak paint the picture that life on SNAP is luxurious and easy. The truth is often the opposite.