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Further from coverage and closer to profit: health insurance giants must take accountability

By Jessica Ann Tyson As the incessant flu and covid outbreaks continue to plague the U.S. this winter season, it is not unheard of to take further precautions to keep your health in good shape. Whether that’s getting your flu shot, taking essential vitamins, or even washing your hands a few more times a day

Historic transaction buried in bureaucracy

By Karim Camara The research is copious and hard to refute that minority media ownership is dismally low and discrimination is prevalent and persistent in the media industry. Women and people of color who decide to make media their careers have fewer opportunities than their male or White peers. This lack of diversity and opportunity

Commentary: Resetting U.S.- Africa relations could divide the African Diaspora

By Michael Walsh In the U.S. Strategy toward Sub-Saharan Africa, the Biden Administration declares that the engagement of the African diaspora is a priority activity for resetting relations with sovereign states across the region.  From a philosophical perspective, this raises important ontological and epistemological questions about what the African diaspora is and how that social

STEM vs. STEAM: advocating for the return of art and music in school curriculums

By Aaron Allen, The Seattle Medium For the past twenty-five years, funding cuts to music programs in public schools have been on the rise, as school boards and superintendents often cite economic strains as a justification for the cuts, relegating music and the arts to after-school or enrichment programs. Looking at the music education funding