HEALTH EQUITY NOW
Can everyone in America, rich or poor, young or old have access to good health? This series tries to answer that question. The difficult concept will be discussed, dissected and debated through investigative narratives and in-depth reporting on NGOs, Corporations in the health sphere and understanding the political sphere. From tech startups to tech giants, from small business to politicians with a vision, we investigate the changing course in America’s healthcare system.
HEALTH EQUITY NOW ARTICLES
Interview: Tony Damico "A Community-led Effort to increase Food Access and Improve Economic Development through Urban Agriculture."
Tony Damico From Long Beach Fresh Explains How We Can Connect Farmers, Chefs, And Urban Communities To The City Government To Create New Urban Landscapes That Create Healthier And Happier Residents.
Interview: Mirna Sawyer and Kriztian Luna "Latino Adolescent and Parent Communication Patterns and Family Food Decisions: How Does Talking About Food Relate to More Healthful Diets?"
Researchers From Cal State Northridge Have Discovered That Within Latino Communities, School-aged Children's Diets Are Suffering From A Lack Of Health Food Knowledge.
Interview: Mercedes Watson "Interventions to Improve Active Decision Making Among Stage 4 Latina Breast Cancer Women in a US/Mexico Border Region"
Mercedes Watson Of The Cancer Resource Center Of The Desert, Takes A Closer Look At Latina Woman Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer In Imperial, County, CA And Discovers What Barriers They Face.
Interview: Erica Twardzik "Which Features of the Built Environment Matter Most to Mobility?"
PhD Student, Erica Twardzik, Is Trying To Make Our Outdoor Landscape A Better Place By Improving It's Mobility For All.