When adjusted to account for age differences, the death rates for Black and Latino populations are much higher than previously understood.
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“What happens when the eviction moratoria are lifted and people are still not able to pay?” he asks, calling for long-term solutions to the housing crisis.
The FDA eased its ban on blood donations from gay men but still requires three months of abstinence.
Economics research helps explain the multiple sources of inequities and discrimination and identify the most effective interventions.
Higher-poverty states are at a disadvantage in supporting their students during the pandemic and need more federal support.
Confusing documentation and inflexible standards have made it difficult for business owners to obtain federal loans offered during the pandemic.
One reason that California’s shelter-in-place order didn’t bend the curve right away is that people continued to spread the virus to the people with whom they live.
Older adults have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus, with 40% of all COVID-related deaths occurring in long-term-care facilities.
Militarized campuses are unhealthy for student development and often lead to the “school-to-prison pipeline.”
He finds echoes of 1992, when the beating of Rodney King by police officers was directed by a sergeant, observed by others and laughed about later.