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Chicago artist Mac Blackout’s mural encouraging Americans to get out and vote in the 2020 election. (Photo by Jennifer Griffin on Unsplash)

Participation in civil society is vital to safeguarding public health. As a leadership development organization founded on the belief that health is a human right, we at Global Health Corps (GHC) recognize the right to health and the right to participating in civic life as fundamentally interdependent.

In the United States, the impending Election Day is an event both ripe with promise and fraught with threats to human rights and health, especially for Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and other marginalized people living in the U.S. Reports from across the U.S. …


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