32 weeks pregnant at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, an expectant mother talks about systemic racism in health care — and why Black mamas need support and resources to combat it
As we mark Black Maternal Health Week 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic makes clear that centering the communities and people most affected by health crises is crucial
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Five states have sought to block access to abortion by deeming it not “necessary” during the pandemic — sending patients scrambling to get care.
Even as a global pandemic rages, the Trump-Pence administration and its political allies aren’t letting up on their attacks.
The Trump administration hasn’t been able to effectively respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in part because it has weakened our public health infrastructure and put anti-science ideologues in charge of our health care system.
If you’re tired of hearing about the usual cast of appalling characters in the Trump-Pence administration, here’s a powerful player who may have flown under your radar: Seema Verma.
This week, Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Alex Azar will testify before several Congressional committees regarding the dangerous Trump budget — which guts vital health-care programs, including Medicaid. We've got some questions we want him to answer.
For a future with greater health equity and empowerment for Black people, people of color, and Indigenous people this movement is leading the way
In the first weeks of 2020, the Trump-Pence administration has launched an onslaught against reproductive health and access to care at Planned Parenthood.