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Hard Work Doesn’t Pay

Reparations and baby bonds are just two economic plans that could fundamentally restructure Black communities.

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Reckless Recycling

If single-stream recycling is to remain an option, we need better recycler education and container labeling to prevent cross-contamination.

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Moving Beyond Healthcare

The mental health services landscape developed as segregated and inadequate for Black Americans during and after Reconstruction.

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Using Covid-19 to End HIV

The public health response to Covid-19 provides us with an unprecedented opportunity to end the HIV epidemic in America.

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Weathering the Workforce

Now is the time to start educating the health care workforce about the risks of climate change and how to reduce them.

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Becoming Homebound

While the pandemic has led to massive strides in remote-care delivery, we must ensure that the concerns of homebound patients are addressed.

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Youth Use

Researchers found that as people moved from richer neighborhoods to poorer ones, they drank more and reported more alcohol consequences.

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Covid-19, Fraud, and Our Health

Fraud is one of the by-products of the uncertainty and fear sown by the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent economic recession.

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Our Chemical Romance

Regulations such as chemical bans, mitigation, and health monitoring should accurately reflect these chemical threats to our hormonal health.

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Buckling Up

“Stop and Frisk” policies are now widely recognized to have been used to profile and target racial minorities.

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