The women's rights movement faces growing threats from rising authoritarianism around the world. These six women aren't backing down.
The pandemic laid bare why the ‘we know best’ model of international aid too often fails to change outcomes.
Women's rights and equality are eroding around the world. It's time to reverse the trend.
A recent Harvard panel discussion examined how biases in the media affect coverage of reparations for Black Americans.
A Harvard symposium examines the public health case for reparations to Black descendants of slavery and what remedy might look like.
California’s new task force is a first of its kind effort to quantify the harms of slavery. Next up, recommendations for real steps to remedy.
Researchers know race plays a role in health disparities, but need new tools to show how, argues Rachel Hardeman.
A network of urban farms expands access to affordable produce in a bid to close racial health gaps.
Two years after a landmark report on health disparities, a Yale New Haven cardiologist sees signs of hope
Keith Churchwell discusses glimmers of progress following his 2020 report on structural racism and heart disease.
How one U.S. city is approaching a way to redress structural racism and boost community health.