Data suggest more than a third of households nationwide worry about facing eviction in the next two months.
Borders are fictional. One country can’t transition out of a pandemic while others remain mired in it.
The U.S.’s disengagement with the international COVID response efforts is a saga of failure and abandonment.
Rising COVID numbers are still cause for concern. We must not ignore the most vulnerable people among us.
Most Black, Latinx and working-class adults support masking. Most Republicans say people should stop wearing masks.
The U.S. isn’t prepared to deal with future COVID variants, an entirely different pandemic, or even the current spread.
In refusing to prioritize preparation for the next COVID surge, our leaders are sacrificing the most vulnerable.
As we hope for a world a little less dominated by COVID, we must recognize that risk will not be the same for everyone.
Two years into the pandemic, prisons are still using torturous conditions over depopulating prisons to stop the spread.
In 2017, I was hit with pneumonia, and my lungs remain damaged. When “normal” arrives, it won’t be for everyone.