Tag Archive for: birth

Revisiting the Healthy Start Act

Of 23 people eligible for the program so far, four have been approved.

Commentary: What I Learned From the Birth Control Debate

As we reawaken to the control issues related to women's bodies again... a reflection on the tension between two competing purposes. "One is social control — ensuring that people conform to social norms, standards and ideologies by providing services that control those who are deemed unworthy or deviant."

Placing Birth in Public Memory

To place an experience onstage is to insist that it is worthy of remembering.

Real-World Solutions to Adverse Childhood Experiences

More than half of all Minnesotans have had one or more ACEs, according to the most recent Minnesota Department of Health study.

Birthing With Your Full Self

A Conversation with J'Mag Karbeah, Health Equity Researcher

Signs of Hope in Climate Leader Baby Boom

The climate leaders I spoke with do not pretend that the future will be without challenges.

Birth and Bodily Autonomy: Editor’s Letter and TOC

The is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives. — Audre Lorde

Tag Archive for: birth