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Center for Health Journalism Fellowships Posts

Here is where you'll find news about the Center for Health Journalism Fellowships program and its participants. Check back often for updates on Fellows and their work, live-blogging of our seminars, and more from our staff.

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A new reporting project asks, "Why do people of color in an affluent city lack basic medical attention?"
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In hard-hit Navajo Nation, fighting COVID-19 means addressing a long history of underinvestment and policy neglect.
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COVID-19 has underscored the disparities faced by immigrant communities in access to medical care and financial support in the state.
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It's hard to tell the story of how the Marshallese came to America without starting with the nuclear bombs.
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Crippling anxiety and depression, lost loved ones, selling sex acts to survive — vulnerable teens are facing a world of pain during the pandemic, explains Dr. Angela Diaz.
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The state's movement has become more worthy of scrutiny as the nation awaits a vaccine as the endgame to the global coronavirus pandemic.
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“We just have to work a little harder, think a little harder and write a little more clearly to help the public understand what they need to understand.”
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Child welfare agencies use a shadow system to remove kids from their parents’ care. Nobody knows how many children are placed this way or what happens to them in new homes.
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“COVID has exposed the result of decades of underfunding and inaction,” says Dr. Mary Owen of the Center of American Indian and Minority Health.
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“We are fooling ourselves by tearing down monuments, for example, if we don’t unpack and counter these powerful mechanisms of racism and structural racism that exist in the United States,” says David Williams.



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