Meet Nathan Chomilo, a 2023 Aspen Ideas: Health Fellow who’s incorporating community collaboration and racial equity into Minnesota’s Medicaid policy development.
The pandemic put into stark relief deeply-ingrained gender roles in society, as the burden of unpaid care fell to millions of women who left the workforce. Yet the past years have also seen record-high numbers of women running for political office and holding executive positions in Fortune 500 companies. Where are we seeing progress, and where do we still desperately need...
Computer systems don’t anticipate all the types of people who might use them. What are the innocuous, and more problematic, consequences of this?
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka’s family has called the city home for over 100 years.
As thousands participate in civil protests in their communities, this critical moment calls on each and every one of us to reflect, step up, and do more.
With no end in sight to gridlock in Congress, federal courts will continue to have a significant impact on major health policy decisions. Katie Keith of Georgetown University Law Center helps us understand how litigation is shaping healthcare and public health in the United States– from access to preventative services to climate regulations.