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Five on Friday: The Workers Behind Valentine's Day


Five on Friday workers behind valentines day


Five on Friday: Black History Month


Five on Friday black history month


Five on Friday: Migrant Health is Public Health


Five on Friday Migrant health is public health


Friday has arrived! MCN staff had lots to share this week regarding the health of the vulnerable populations that we seek to help, including coal workers, trafficked women, and refugees.



Five on Friday: The EPA Reverses Rollback


Five on Friday EPA reverses rollback


Friday has arrived! We are ready for the weekend, but before we go, here’s our weekly rundown of articles and announcements about health justice, recommended by our MCN staff.



Five on Friday: Opioids in Puerto Rico


Five on Friday opioids in puerto rico


Happy Friday! We’re ready to float into a quiet winter weekend. How about you? Before you do, why not catch up on a few recommended articles and resources about health justice from MCN staff?



Five on Friday: Looking ahead


Five on Friday looking ahead


Five on Friday: End of the Year


Five on Friday end of the year


Five on Friday: Adequate Care at the Border


Five on Friday adequate care at the border


While many friends and colleagues in the field are preparing to take time off, we still found plenty of health justice news to talk about this week. What health justice stories and resources did you discover? What can you use in the new year? Here are a few pieces you may have missed, recommended by MCN staff.

Five on Friday: Human Rights Week


Five on Friday human rights week


“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services.” -- Article 25, UN Declaration of Human Rights

Five on Friday: Changes to Public Charge Face Criticism


Five on Friday  changes to public charge


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