In the face of this major setback in reproductive justice, we must also continue to fight to improve the underlying systems that make it both challenging and dangerous to deliver and raise children in the U.S., whether these children are planned or the product of forced birth.
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In September 2021, Health Leads conducted a workshop at the Community Information Exchange (CIE) Summit to explore the current state of the technology-driven approaches for social determinants of health (SDOH) interventions. Workshop participants discussed and visualized how current approaches to SDOH interventions both obstruct and promote anti-racism and equity advancement, and reflected on whether their organizations’ SDOH interventions facilitate liberation for oppressed communities.
This piece features excerpts from an interview with two community leaders of color — Ngozi Moses, Executive Director of the Brooklyn Perinatal Network, and Lebone Moses, President and CEO of Chisara Ventures Inc. — explaining how social determinants of health (SDOH) technology vendors can negatively affect community-based organizations (CBOs), and how to overcome that potential harm.
MacKenzie Scott Supports Health Leads Strategy to Build Racial Health Equity in U.S. with $8M Investment
Scott’s contribution will support the organization’s work to build collaborative, community-led networks of health, invest in local services and public health organizations and workforces, and expand efforts in internal staff sustainability.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, host Ashlei A. Rodgers, MPH interviews Venus Ginés, CEO/founder of Día de la Mujer Latina y Su Familia. Hear ...
The RECoDE (Rising Equitable Community Data Ecosystems) project team—made up of curious and committed learners from data.org, Data Across Sectors for Health, Health Leads, and ...