“The November election is going to be really important for people who care about reproductive rights in the state.”
A Conversation with J’Mag Karbeah, Health Equity Researcher
I felt so much guilt and shame while going through this typical development stage. I was naturally a seeker. My culture, my faith, and my generation felt very limited.
There are so many holes; the ship is sinking,
Many people still do not know what algorithms are, or whether algorithms are being used to deny them coverage for health services.
The sex education that youth are typically taught in schools is not comprehensive. It often focuses on abstinence only, which
Having the data to objectively show what has been hidden for so long gives power back to the communities that are harmed by the system.
We have the tools — raw materials, surveillance, science, communication — to do better. “It is about political will” to make this a priority, so we don’t forget, like we did the lessons of the 1918 pandemic.
Policies are good, but educating about the perception of Native women in society needs to happen.
Data suggests that prison is not an effective deterrent.
Two formerly incarcerated women share their stories.
Dr. LaPrincess Brewer, a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, grew up in Charlotte, NC, attending a Black church. She