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Toxic: How To Battle Adverse Childhood Experiences Among Mobile Agricultural Workers


Child choosing faces that match emotions


[Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Read our first installment, written by Dr. Eva Galvez, here. Part three will explore the health consequences of recent policies around immigrant family separation at the border.]

Clear on Cost: Conversations between Health Center Patients and Providers about Cost of Care

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When Sarah* came to a rural health center for a six-month checkup after her pregnancy, she said she was comfortable working with the health center staff, from the front desk to her doctor. But she also reported in an interview afterward that she had trouble getting transportation to and from the clinic, and that her health plan does not fully cover the cost of her prescriptions. She wasn’t asked during her visit about these concerns.

Health Systems as Places of Sanctuary

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By Seth Holmes (Associate Professor, UC Berkeley), Anita Berlin (Barts and the London St. Mary's School of Medicine), Fabian Fernandez (University of California San Francisco), Deliana Garcia (Migrant Clinician's Network)


Undoing Racism: How Structural Racism Affects Health in Austin and Beyond

Woman worries about the future


Taking a Pulse: Clinician Poll on Migrant and Immigrant Patient Care

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"Looks Can Be Deceiving:" Deliana Garcia Reports from Puerto Rico

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Documentation As a Barrier to Care: Dr. Marsha Griffin on Border Health Care and Split Families

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"Candle of Hope" by Alan Pogue


Worker Safety & Health: What Barriers do Primary Care Providers Encounter?

Physician facing hurdles between her and patient


MCN Resolutions: Five Ways to Bring Hope, Health, and Equity in the New Year

Happy New Year


The new year brings renewed hope for meaningful and measurable steps toward health justice for the mobile poor. Amid setbacks and struggles, many gains have been made in the past year -- and more is on the way. Here are the top five ways MCN is forging ahead for health justice in 2018.


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Breaking Health Disparities for Transgender Patients

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