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Care work is skilled work that should be compensated. Care work allows all other forms of work to take place. Care work is vital to our economy.
Margaret Tobias Grier shares a story about a recent convening of 26 grantee partners to talk about the systems change work each organization is advancing, the wins, and the challenges.
COVID-19 has exposed and intensified long-standing problems in our country, including deep cracks in the U.S. health system and racial and economic injustice.
This blog previously appeared in Health Affairs : These are volatile times. The fast pace of current events, dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic, and uncertainty about the upcoming November 2020...
How would our society look different if we responded to racism with the same urgency as COVID-19?
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month as an opportunity to express solidarity and name how our resilience is connected to others.
In this interview, Foundation President & CEO Debbie Chang discusses how women can transform public health.
As we continue to shelter in place and adjust how we function in our daily lives, I try to stay positive and find the “silver lining”. This is one of the many Native Hawaiian cultural practices we’ve...
In March 2020, as part of its COVID-19 Rapid Response grantmaking, the Foundation approved a proposal by Ethnic Media Services (EMS) to deliver 12 timely, science-based COVID-19 telebriefings to ethnic media. Over 320 journalists participated in the first four telebriefings. Sandy Close, EMS director said, “This turnout shows the hunger for culturally-relevant news and information about the pandemic.”
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