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Wired is looking for a senior health writer; Buzzfeed News is seeking a deputy inequality editor.
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In late January, thousands of vaccine appointments were cancelled at an OptumServe clinic in the Rohnert Park Community Center
California authorized paying OptumServe up to $221 million. But the company has helped with only 1% of the state’s vaccinations since January.
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Marta Salinas Cruz, her husband Melvin Zuniga and their two children, Joshua Emanuel and Deborah Arleth, pose for a portrait.
Rent stress drove SF’s immigrant Latinx community to work during the pandemic.
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6/9 Webinar: The vaccine tipping point; Latinos face barriers to vaccine; confusion from new CDC guidelines; virtual learning disastrous for special needs students
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George Floyd mural in Minneapolis.
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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The legislature approved provisions requiring parents be notified before their child is sent for an involuntary psychiatric exam.
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Asian Americans in New York attend an April self-defense class organized in response to ongoing violent attacks across the count
President Biden signs a hate crime law to stem violence against Asian Americans. Now state legislators must act to end rampant discrimination and protect health and safety.
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Two women embrace in front of a mural of George Floyd following the guilty verdict the trial of Derek Chauvin
Dr. Cheryl Woods Giscombe discusses how Black women experience stress, and how it may be impacting their health during the pandemic.
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In the third part of the series, Angela Chen explains the efforts taken so far to save the Salton Sea, and concerns they have fallen short.
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May 19 webinar: Policing, Race, and Community Safety One Year After George Floyd; long COVID expected to hit communities of color harder; CDC breaks its conservative streak; journalists covering COVID beyond burned out
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The Orange County Register is looking for a crime and public safety reporter. The Arizona Republic is seeking a policing in Arizona reporter.
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Are you passionate about helping journalists understand and illuminate the social factors that contribute to health and health disparities at a time when COVID-19 has highlighted the costs of such inequities? Looking to play a big role in shaping journalism today in the United States? The USC Center for Health Journalism seeks an enterprising and experienced journalism leader for our new position of “Manager of Projects.” 



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