Tag Archive for: health disparities

Survey Results: What Do You Fear?

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Minnesota Women’s Press conducted a virtual statewide survey to ask Minnesotans about their current fears.

Bringing Vaccines to Reluctant Communities

"We come from that place of compassion. As long as they come to the table, we will have the conversation about what they need to know about the vaccine.”

Measuring Racism

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.

VIEW: Prioritizing Black Mothers

When we say we cannot afford quality child care for all, culturally supportive birth options, and fair housing, we are being disingenuous. What we are saying is that we prefer to spend the money in other ways.

Antiracism and Health Equity Funding

Antiracist research is a revolutionary way of doing research grounded in the understanding that racism is a fundamental cause of health inequities

VIEW: Why We Need Public Health Education

The U.S. has the most expensive healthcare and education system in the world, but is terrible at keeping people healthy and educated.

Legislative Priorities from WoMN Act

In honor of our joint commitment to promote the progressive, women-led interests of equity and justice for all in this state, we are showcasing some of the legislation WoMN Act is supporting this year.

A Conversation With Dr. Julie Amaon of Just the Pill

We want our patients to know that we are trusting them to know their bodies.

Tag Archive for: health disparities