Enjoy this exploration of the similarities between music and braille as we share ways we can offer greater accessibility during team and client interactions to improve diversity and inclusion – and acknowledge World Braille Day.
World AIDS Day: Overcoming the HIV Epidemic
On December 1, organizations and individuals across the world bring attention to the HIV epidemic endeavor to increase HIV awareness and knowledge and call for an increased response to move toward Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S.
Acknowledging and Celebrating Women
In this article, Integrated Work, a women-led and women-owned company, appreciates and reflects on three August holidays that acknowledge women.
Confronting Structural Racism to Create Health Equity
This article explores the connection between structural racism and health equity, ending with a set of questions to help community health centers and the organizations that support them to reflect on their role in dismantling structural racism to create health equity.
Addressing Transportation Insecurity: Concrete Advice From Clinic Leaders
Clinics share detailed, practical suggestions for addressing transportation insecurity, one of the components of SDOH, whether an organization is just starting out, expanding its work, or introducing change during a healthcare crisis. We hope you enjoy their insights!
Celebrating Eid al-Adha
Eid al-Adha is a holiday centered around reconnection with God, spirituality, family, and friends. Muslims gather for morning Eid prayers at their local mosque or center of worship followed by time with friends and family.
Juneteenth: The Feeling of Freedom
This article intends to transport readers right into the June of 1865 Texas when the slaves of Galveston first learned of their freedom. As a way to honor the Juneteenth holiday with an exercise in empathy, readers are briefly guided in imagining the harsh circumstances that slaves endured, and then invited to consider the things from which they long to be free in their own lives.
The AAA Membership Plan: Revealing Who We Value Through Our Attitudes, Associations, and Actions
What had begun as an indictment of myself and others, has now become a model for self-examination from which we might all benefit in pursuit of having a more expansive impact in the well-being of others. I offer a comprehensive, yet simplistic, criteria for us to measure the depth of our connection with (and our care for) marginalized groups; a criteria that can be used to audit our own socio-intellectual values and the socio-intellectual intentions of others. I call this criteria the AAA Membership Plan — Attitude, Association, and Action. Read more to learn more.
Black Health Matters
The Community Health Association of Mississippi, in partnership with Dr. Robert Smith, an unsung hero and healthcare champion for minority populations for more than 50 years, launched the REPAAIR (Realizing Equity by Preparing Ambassadors to Address Institutional Racism) Initiative to tackle these issues head-on.Learn more about their innovative and inspiring efforts.