Supreme Court Ban on Abortions Will Disproportionately Harm Communities of Color

Almost 2/3 of women seeking abortions come from communities of color, a data point often overlooked in conversations around a woman’s right to choose.

Could the Unthinkable Happen?

Both Russia and the US have tactical nukes. Various war scenarios envision using them. That might ignite a global nuclear war that nobody would win.

Honoring the Legacy of Vincent Chin: Strengthening Cross-Racial Solidarity

40 years after the brutal murder of Vincent Chin, Asian Americans are again confronting a rising tide of racial hate an animus.

Millions of Children at Risk of Losing Health Insurance as Covid-19 Emergency Coverage Ends

Some 40 million children enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP nationwide are at risk of losing their health insurance during this transition.



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For Filipinos, a ‘Newly Awakened Civic Consciousness’ in Wake of Marcos Win

The election victory of Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines has raised alarm bells over the potential slide of the Southeast Asian nation into autocracy.

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CA Bill Seeks to End 300-Year-Old Foreclosure Practice, Keeping Billions in Communities

The bill would amend California’s foreclosure process to ensure homeowners retain their equity, addressing a key driver of the racial wealth gap.


How Children Experience and Recover From Domestic Violence

Experts say anxiety, depression, anger, and low self esteem are among the range of mental health impacts on children who experience domestic violence. 

Struggling to Survive: Covid-19’s Impact on Youth Mental Health

Teen suicide and depression rates are as alarming as deaths from the virus, but few resources are available to address this shadow of the pandemic.