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Ending Police Violence in America

It is time Americans hold themselves accountable for preventing police violence and invest in Black communities

Two Hundred Thousand and (Not) Counting

The U.S. failure to collect social and community data hampers efforts to control COVID-19 and to address health inequity

Governance

Contact Tracing Requires Building Trust

As states gear up their contact tracing efforts, here’s how they should approach getting buy-in within their communities

Governance

Coronavirus Epidemiology This Week

We won’t stop COVID-19 until we focus on the data that matter

Poverty

One Weak Link and the Whole Thing Falls Apart

A more structured, uniform, and comprehensive U.S. approach is needed to collect, report, and analyze coronavirus data

Gender

Systemic Racism in Mammogram Guidelines

Breaking down U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations in the COVID-19 pandemic

Governance

White Supremacy in Global Health

A Juneteenth pledge to continue the ever-changing march toward anti-racism, ending oppression, and achieving justice

Poverty

We Need a Pro-Poor and Pro-Black Response to COVID-19

Concentrate testing in poor Black and Latinx neighborhoods now and plan for an equitable distribution of future vaccines

Gender

The Color and Gender of COVID: Essential Workers, Not Disposable People

Women of color sit at the intersection of race and gender disparities—they should be at the center of policy solutions

Gender

Silenced Voices in Global Health

The field has come a long way from its colonial past, but global health still falls short of being diverse and inclusive