Women's History Month: Making Strides in a New Era
COVID-19 has hindered progress in gender equity as women have left the workforce to care for children. But 2020 also held record high numbers of women running for office & holding executive positions in Fortune 500 companies. So while progress is being made in one realm, deeply-ingrained societal gender roles are roaring back to life. From politics to tech to health, learn...
How the Courts Are Shaping Health Care as We Know It
With no end in sight to gridlock in Congress, federal courts will continue to have the final word on major health policies. Katie Keith of Georgetown University Law Center helps us understand how litigation is shaping health care and public health in the United States– from access to preventative services to climate regulations.