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What We're Watching
'Getting Bombed'

On Getting Bombed, Chris Reinacher chats up some thirsty nuclear arms experts about the existential threats that keep them up at night.

'Beyond Bars'

Our recent panel discussion explored over-incarceration in the U.S., and what steps to take to reform the criminal justice system.

I really believe we're in a watershed moment as storytellers, and I'm incredibly grateful to Hollywood, Health & Society for being part of the vanguard [to help us].


writer, Madam Secretary


2019 Sentinel Awards
A Red Carpet Celebration

Ava DuVernay's When They See Us was among the honorees, which also included Chernobyl, Grace and FrankieGrey's Anatomy and Mom.

Atomic Storytelling

TV writers and producers guided a dozen participants through a two-day storytelling workshop on writing the nuclear narrative.

Maternal Health
Racism & Childbirth

Our panel explored why black women are three to four times more likely to die after giving birth than white women.

Video: Reproductive Rights
A Brighter Future

“Handmaid’s Tale” writer/producer Dorothy Fortenberry explains why we should also tell hopeful stories about reproductive rights.

Honoring 'Hope's Heroes'

Caregivers represent all backgrounds and ages. The SCAN Foundation’s Rose Parade float celebrated these everyday heroes.