How journalist John Hersey got the true story of the bombing of Hiroshima is the subject of Lesley M.M. Blume’s new book, "Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-Up and the Reporter Who Revealed it to the World." Blume, joined by investigative journalist Eric Schlosser, discussed the book at a virtual panel discussion.
Covid-19, Abortion, Racism and Addiction Among Topics Tackled by Winning Shows
Despite progress made in health coverage enrollment thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the number of Americans who are uninsured has been increasing since 2016. Recent survey results suggest that many adults are unaware that they are eligible for coverage.
Storytellers and experts explored ageism and the fight for visibility (and finding work) in the entertainment industry during an online discussion presented by Hollywood, Health & Society, in partnership with the WGAE and WGAW.
Our Summer 2021 newsletter featured “The Black Birth Experience: Challenges, Joys and Justice”; the latest video we made with Life Noggin studios on our best shot to end the pandemic; our upcoming panel on how the true story surrounding the atomic bombing of Hiroshima was uncovered; and a look at our expanded research web pages.
Before, during and even after a cancer diagnosis, young Black women face unique challenges that are either not present or are less severe for their white counterparts.