Can we talk about Black and Brown Women’s Healthcare Now?
Today, we commemorate World Health Day in the midst of a public health crisis that will grip the public psyche for years, if not decades, to come. To fend off the worst outcomes among the vulnerable populations among us, we have implemented protocols that present their own challenges in communities of color where health care disparities have existed for generations. In time, we will find a need to address the fall out from the trauma of COVID-19, the anxiety caused by prolonged isolation, deal with the psychological burden of fearing human contact all the while working feverishly to build our way out of the economic hole this pandemic has created. In no uncertain terms, these are extremely troubling times applying unprecedented pressures on our civil society that we have never faced before. …
Congresswoman Clarke was the clear winner in this debate.
Time has really passed by. Since there are so many things going on we thought it would be a good idea to keep it all in “A Fighter’s Notebook.” Here we can capture the highlights of the campaign and share the experiences with others. We are so excited about what is going on that we can’t keep it all to ourselves!
Despite the fast pace, we can not lose sight of the fact that these are dangerous times. We must remain fearless to persevere and fight the good fight for hard-working Brooklynites. Here’s what happened last week.
MAJOR ROBERT ODELL OWENS POST OFFICE BILL PASSES HOUSE OVERSIGHT…