Less-populated states like Alaska, West Virginia, and South Dakota are leading the nation when it comes to COVID-19 vaccination rates.
From making comfort food to speaking with ancestors, immigrant families across the U.S. are turning to cultural traditions to cope with the isolation and stress of quarantine.
The pandemic is traumatizing students. It must be a wakeup call for us to change how we educate.
As you spend time at the end of this year reflecting and setting goals for 2021, here’s one to consider.
Many essential workers are parents, too. So as the child care crisis continues, community activists are finding creative ways to support them.
Native communities share heritage ways to live and care for each other during this latest pandemic.
We all deserve to be celebrated for making it through today.
Businesses owned by people of color are particularly vulnerable to the economic impacts of COVID-19. So this year, consider ditching the big corporations and opt for patronizing these small businesses instead.
Their response shows that Indigenous nations and communities know what they need, and that they are the directors of their own protective measures.
A post-pandemic world will call for a more activist, community-centered approach to global development.
The pandemic has exacerbated housing instability and made tenant activism more critical.
There’s a certain powerfulness to cultures that practice consideration and support during times of crisis.
Using increased ventilation or running an appropriately sized air cleaner or filter can add an extra layer of protection.
President-elect Biden’s COVID-19 advisory task force is filled with public health professionals. Also, the racially diverse panel looks a lot like the rest of America.
An epidemiologist shares her family’s plan for safer holiday gatherings during the pandemic.
“There’s something about immigrants that makes us almost expansive in our thinking, because in our neighborhood, the world meets.”
Living in the United States, I came to understand the ancient Mexican tradition of honoring the dead.
Cooler weather means more time spent indoors, which requires greater precautions to avoid contracting or spreading the coronavirus.
As the U.S. braces for a seasonal uptick in COVID-19 cases, two public health researchers assess what’s worked for states to keep infection rates low.
The president has free access to the best medical care in the world. There’s no reason why the rest of America shouldn’t get what their taxes pay for.
Trump has a number of risk factors that increase the chance of mortality with the disease. But the president’s wealth may be the best medicine he has.
A new initiative from LA’s Office of Immigrant Affairs aims to help immigrant business owners and essential workers gain access to economic relief.
This NYC teacher says going back to school amid COVID-19 is an opportunity to finally stop virtually segregating schools.
Heat is deadlier than other climate-related disasters, but the solutions are simpler.
The blip in emissions will not have a longterm impact unless we invest in sustainable solutions on a grand scale.
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