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June 18, 2020
At EDC, we recognize structural racism is real with disproportionately adverse impacts on health, education, and economic outcomes.
Carrie Lewis Deirdre Jennings-Holton
June 17, 2020
I’d like to preface this poem by saying that I am not a poet. I rarely write poetry, and it’s usually when I’ve been deeply moved...
Thelma Khelghati
June 17, 2020
This current activism cannot be the end. As communities, we need to encourage and support each other to look inside.
Eden Badertscher
June 16, 2020
As public health professionals, we have an important role to play in preventing structural racism in addition to mitigating and healing its resulting traumas and health disparities.
Kimberly Dash Chelsey Goddard
June 15, 2020
Before you can address racial injustice in the world, you need to address it in your home, in your community, and in your organization.
Nalini Chugani
June 15, 2020
Studies carried out before COVID-19 indicate that one in six older adults will experience some form of mistreatment: financial, neglect, psychological, physical, or sexual.
Kristin Lees Haggerty Rebecca Stoeckle
June 9, 2020
EDC’s Law and Justice curriculum supports the development of an informed, active “fourth branch” of government—the people.
Jessica Juliuson
June 4, 2020
As families globally confront the stressors associated with the COVID-19 pandemic—including job loss, food insecurity, and...
Nalini Chugani
May 27, 2020
At EDC, we are preparing to support districts across Massachusetts in their reopening plans through the Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Mental Health Academy.
Shai Fuxman