The campaign is an attempt to provide direct aid to people who are in need of support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past couple of months, we’ve watched as a pandemic has taken over the country while the Trump administration continues to ignore the advice of public health experts. Every […]
The element of individual behavior blame is prevalent in Black maternal health and COVID-19 alike.
These health care professionals play a pivotal role in demanding that institutional and structural racism continue to be addressed to ensure that health and birth equity are attained.
asha bandele talks with addiction specialist Elias Dakwar, MD about what we can demand right now to help ensure the lives of our loved ones who are living with addiction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluations (IHME) cites a steady increase in deaths and projects that 918 people in Mississippi will have died from the novel coronavirus by early August.
Our Collective Loneliness, Panic During COVID-19 Isolation Is Having A Detrimental Impact On Children
The massive upheaval in our daily and cultural practices will take a tangible, emotional toll on all of us, but children have fewer developed tools to navigate this new reality.
Growing food and herbs for both nutrition and medicine will help serve our physical and mental health while possibly releasing us from a capitalist system.
New York Times best-selling author and veteran organizer asha bandele discusses reclaiming her body and soul after decades of trauma, and maintaining her fitness regimen during COVID-19 isolation.
Brooklyn Teacher Diagnosed With COVID-19 Fights For Her Life; Family Pleads For Access To Experimental Treatment
Rana Zoe Mungin, 30, was sent home twice without being tested for COVID-19—before being rushed to the hospital again, barely able to breathe.
Black communities in the United States are more vulnerable to COVID-19 due to racial, wealth and health care discrimination. The Health Equity Cypher discusses what we should demand from our elected officials and ways to stay safe and connected during this pandemic.
Elders and already sick folks are at risk down South. Is the nation paying attention now?
COVID-19 may have an impact on abortion clinics’ ability to run, but the answer isn’t to shut down abortion services.