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Despite the attention the 2003 report garnered, the nation has failed to make significant progress in addressing health disparities, said Brian Smedley.
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STAT's Helen Branswell and The Atlantic's Katherine J. Wu talk COVID reporting and managing the overwhelm.
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Dr. Céline Gounder dissects the latest omicron news and shares advice for journalists grappling with a sea of unknowns.
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The intersection of race and place proves key to understanding the gaps.
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Reporters Tony Barboza and Anna Phillips take us behind the scenes of their yearlong investigation.
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A researcher, advocate and journalist share a terminology primer, policy updates and ideas for coverage.
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Criminal justice scholars Frank Edwards and Andrea Headley join ProPublica's Topher Sanders for a look at the latest efforts to advance police accountability, and how reporters can stay ahead of the story.
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Investigative reporters Marisa Kwiatkowski and Melissa Jeltsen share guidance.
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LA Times reporter Marissa Evans shares tips for mining public records — and you don’t have to be a geek to do it.
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NYT's Pam Belluck joined Dr. David Putrino of the Mt. Sinai Health System to discuss what we're learning about "long COVID."

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