Pandemic Unveils Growing Suicide Crisis for Communities of Color

Research shows that while suicide rates have dropped for white Americans in recent years, it is a growing crisis for communities of color

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Racism at the OB-GYN: Bias Can Be Deadly

Three phrases on a poster in a Georgia OB-GYN's office spoke volumes about racism Black women continue to face when seeking health care

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Born Too Soon

A closer look at Covid-19, health inequities, race and preterm birth

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How Sarah Baartman’s Hips Went From a Symbol of Exploitation to a Source of Empowerment for Black Women

In the 1800s, Sarah Baartman was an African woman who was paraded around Europe, where spectators jeered at her large buttocks

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US Has a Long History of Violence Against Asian Women

Harmful stereotypes of Asian women in American popular culture date back to at least the 19th century

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One Year on, Muslim Women Reflect on Wearing the Niqab in a Mask-wearing World

Racialized perceptions related to masks have put an additional burden on groups that already experience racism and inequality.

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