Five on Friday: Impact of the Climate Crisis on Outdoor Workers
It’s finally Friday! During the week, we at MCN share numerous articles, resources, and announcements on critical issues like climate justice, migrant health, and more. Here at Five on Friday, we pick five to share with you. What did we miss? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to nominate a piece for Five on Friday.
Does Section 1326 of the Immigration and Nationality Act discriminate against Latinx people? This AP article, shared by Kaethe, chronicles one lawyer’s arguments that it does, despite its heavy usage at the US-Mexico border. US Law Based on Anti-Latino Racism Fuels Immigration Fight
Webinar alert! Esther recommends this session, featuring Dr. Jennifer Cope, MD, MPH, from the CDC’s Post-COVID Conditions Team, on long COVID on January 27th. Special and Vulnerable Populations COVID-19 Forum
Candace forwarded on this article, on laborers who worked in extreme heat in the Persian Gulf – “presaging the world’s climate change future.” The World’s Torrid Future is Etched in the Crippled Kidneys of Nepali Workers
How are communities around the country responding to newly arrived asylum seekers? This Rocky Mountain PBS article gives the view from Colorado, as shared by Claire. As Denver Struggles to Aid Migrants, Immigration Activist Speaks Out against 'Inhumane' US Policy
Weekly Win: Jillian offered up this inspiring story from NPR. Short on Community Health Workers, a County Trains Teens as Youth Ambassadors.