New York Times
‘It Behooves You to Understand Why People Are Getting Sick’: A Q&A About Police Violence and Reproductive Health
For years, the medical community has treated autism as if it was a “white person’s” disease. Research and therapy have been geared toward affluent, white people and families, creating serious racial and ethnic disparities in all areas of autism. The autism community has made tremendous strides in educating the general public about neurodiversity and the ways different brains work. It needs to make a similar effort to embrace the racial diversity of people with autism.
Earth Island Journal
"It is clear that [C8] contamination is not a state problem or a regional problem," the governors of New York, Vermont and New Hampshire wrote in a March letter addressed to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, "it's a national problem that requires federal guidelines and a consistent, science-based approach."
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A Jesuit priest, "Father G" leads Los Angeles' renowned Homeboy Industries, which offers extensive services and a supportive community to the formerly incarcerated and gang-involved. In an interview with HuffPost, Father Boyle shares lessons he's learned about hope, the problem of "crime" and building community.