by Rachel F. Seidman
An oral historian of medical care in the South observes that the current crisis shows weaknesses in the fabric of society that would have long been obvious to policymakers if they were more inclined to listen to ordinary people.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Caroline Cicero and Paul Nash
Although largely unnoticed by mainstream media, something significant has happened with the rise of COVID-19: the marginalization of older Americans.
SOURCE: The Nation
by The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
America is not in trouble because people are not praying; we face an exacerbated public health crisis because this administration has spent more time preying on the most vulnerable than lifting all people.
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