Health policy, not medicine, stands in the way of over-the-counter and self-administered contraception.
Post-pandemic, schools can play a powerful role in ending health inequities for girls of color.
The right kinds of investments can address deeply rooted racial and gender inequities in the care economy.
Care work makes all other work possible. Is a decades-long struggle for decent wages and labor protections finally about to pay off?
The pandemic has laid bare the racial and gender disparities of our social priorities.
Why are women less willing to get a COVID-19 vaccine than men? Start with medical misogyny and racism.
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