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Concerns about long-term side effects have helped fuel vaccine hesitancy. An immunologist explains why we can be confident in long-term safety.
Andrew L. Croxford
A veteran AIDS activist recalls living in the Bay Area during the 1990s, the queer people of color usually left out of the epidemic’s history, and how the decade taught him to value endings.
If we want to address vaccine hesitancy in the health care system, we must treat its lowest paid workers better.
Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako
The pandemic increased demand and possibilities for automating care, but doing so may deliver racist stereotypes and unemployment for women of color.
Anna Romina Guevarra
Liberalism cannot simply be extended to the uterus. Reproductive justice requires a vision of the social body.
Private insurance companies have long dominated the provision of social security in the United States, but resistance is growing.
The U.S. Department of Defense is ramping up the militarization of Guam. If we hope to withstand the forces of predatory global capitalism, we need to begin articulating alternatives.
A recording of our event on the causes and consequences of the deepening care crisis and the possibilities for establishing a new politics of care, boldly reimagined.
‘Roe v. Wade’ only guaranteed the right to patients’ privacy. A federal abortion law would need to go so much further.
As more and more doctors awaken to the political determinants of health, the U.S. medical profession needs a deeper vision for the ethical meanings of care.
Colorblind solutions have failed to achieve racial equity in health care. We need both federal reparations and real institutional accountability.
Bram Wispelwey, Michelle Morse
First, segregation blocked this Florida community from equal education and other public goods. Then the military–industrial complex sickened residents and destroyed their property.
James Manigault-Bryant, Ruby Bagwyn, José Constantine
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