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Writing Public Health

Five Public Health Post fellows reflect on five years of informing and inflecting the broader conversation on health and social justice.

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Rosemarie Day

Rosemarie Day, author of “Marching Toward Coverage,” discusses intersections between movements for universal healthcare and women’s health.

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Lisa Wexler

Lisa Wexler outlines a population health approach to preventing suicide in rural Alaska Native and Indigenous Circumpolar communities.

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Dévora Kestel

Dévora Kestel defines mental health and summarize access to mental health care services globally in the time of Covid-19.

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Ibram X. Kendi

Hoffman’s work set up much of the research about racial disparities over the last century. Kendi’s life work has been in stark contrast.

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Caitlin Rivers

Caitlin Rivers gives an overview on the causes and consequences of Covid-19 while highlighting the state of the science.

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Muhammad Zaman

Muhammad Zaman reflects on cell-to-society effects of antimicrobial resistance and his book, “Biography of Resistance.”

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Ali Noorani

Ali Noorani offers his perspective on the 2020 election, immigration, and public health in light of his book, There Goes the Neighborhood.

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Harriet A. Washington

Harriet A. Washington shares her insights on the relationship between environmental racism and the public’s health in the time of Covid-19.

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Andy Vargas

Representative Andy Vargas shares how he sees public health everywhere — from gun violence to racial equity — while listening to his constituents.

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