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When My Sister Came Out as Trans, the Political Became Personal

Tu voz importa: New Photovoice Project Equips Migrants with Cameras to Share Their Stories

Sister Zuly, Sister Antonia, and Sister Ana, three participants in Tu voz importa, received their cameras during the first workshop this week.
Sister Zuly, Sister Antonia, and Sister Ana, three participants in Tu voz importa, received their cameras during the first workshop this week.

A Celebration of Patricia Juarez-Carrillo's Life Work Improving the Health of Migrants and Immigrants

Asylum Seekers, Health Needs, Concertina Wire… and Hope: A View of the Entire US-Mexico Border, From the Health Provider’s Perspective

Puerto Rico Gender-Based Violence Requires Sustained Attention and Practical and Accessible Resources

"Yes, You ARE Entitled to Your Grief!": Looking at a Year of Many Losses, Many Kinds of Grief

A man in a mask holds his head in grief

[Editor’s Note: May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This blog comes from Kaethe Weingarten, PhD, Director of MCN’s Witness to Witness program. Keep up to date with W2W by signing up for the W2W newsletter here.]

Health Network for Babies, Children, and Mothers

Long Path to Nationwide Ban: Chlorpyrifos and Farmworker Health

Workers Memorial Day: COVID-19 Lifts Veil on Workplace Hazards

A construction worker

[Editor's Note: Today is Workers Memorial Day, established to recognize workers who died or suffered from exposures to hazards at work.]

Tome la encuesta 2021 de MCN: ¿Qué está cambiando para los pacientes migrantes e inmigrantes?

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