Submissions are being accepted for the 2021 Sentinel Awards, which celebrate fact-based storytelling in TV entertainment.
The Black Birth Experience
Black women are more likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth than women in any other race group.
A study by the Lear Center’s Media Impact Project found that TV narratives about health can drive support for better policies.
What Poverty Looks Like
We brought together five leading creative talents behind TV shows that are shaking up the narrative of what poverty looks like.
Our new page showcases work done by HH&S and our partners in the N Square network to raise awareness about the nuclear threat.
Black Women & Breast Cancer
Racism, bias and a mistrust of the medical system all affect the outcome for young Black women with breast cancer.
A special event featured experts from the world of nuclear threats and security, who shared personal accounts from their lives.
Get the Facts. Fast.
Our new Tip Sheets page is an important resource for writers and producers who need the facts on compelling health topics.
What We're Watching
In this animated short video co-produced with Life Noggin, we debunk some of the myths about the coronavirus vaccines.
Mandy Moore on Older Adults
The co-star of NBC's This Is Us explains how her show is changing the way older adults are depicted on TV. #RethinkAging
How to Be a Protector
Our PSA shows you how to put on the superhero cape and “Be a Protector” for loved ones at high risk during the pandemic.
Addiction & Recovery
Breaking the Stigma
HH&S brought together experts to discuss how Hollywood can help change the narrative around addiction and mental health.
Racism & Childbirth
Our panel explored why black women are three to four times more likely to die after giving birth than white women.
When our show decided to take Rebecca and her family on this [Alzheimer’s] journey, we immediately called Hollywood, Health & Society, and their help made all the difference in getting these episodes right.
Co-star, "This Is Us" (NBC)
We co-produced this short animated video with the help of Life Noggin studios to explain what HIV is and how it’s transmitted.