One of my most rewarding projects at Center for Health Progress for the last few years has been the Coalition for Immigrant Health.
In the 1700s, enslaved people were taken in and protected by the indigenous people in the area, which began the merging of black and Native culture.
White people have abandoned Native American women (and all women of color) in their fight for visibility and justice. We must start centering their stories.
One shift to our approach to policy advocacy was including housing, food access, and other non-health care legislation in our analysis of health policy.
The government is currently planning to change “public charge” rules in a way that will affect access to public programs for both citizens and immigrants.