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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.”
Raymond Baxter reflects on a year with Blue Shield of California Foundation during the COVID-19 pandemic, capping a career in health.