Thanksgiving week -- early edition
Migrant health justice has never been more relevant, more salient, or more urgent. On this Thanksgiving week, we send our deep gratitude to the millions of farmworkers who migrate every few weeks to a new farm, to do the backbreaking work required to grow and harvest the staple foods that fill our plates with the tastes, the aromas, the comforts that make up our central memories of Thanksgiving. We all eat, every day, because of the work that you do. We also express our sincere appreciation for our active and growing network of clinicians who have dedicated their professional lives to serving these migrants and many others who are equally underserved, whose health needs are often overlooked. Thank you for your hard work!
- Amy, Director of Environmental and Occupational Health, shared a Washington Post article on deportation under the Obama Administration, providing insight and perspective into what a new Trump Administration will inherit.
- Amy also shared a New York Times article entitled, “Catholic Bishops Challenge Donald Trump on Immigration.”
- Alma, Senior Program Manager of Environmental and Occupational Health, shared OSHA’s final rule updating its general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standards specific to slip, trip, and fall hazards.
- Del, Director off International Porjects, Research and Development, shared David Rosenn’s Eleven Strategies for Activists Who Are In It For The Long Haul.
- Claire, Writer and Editor, shared the New York Times article, “Zika Is No Longer a Global Emergency, W.H.O. Says.”
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!