It comes around once in a decade and it’s nearly here again—the US Census. Every 10 years, the government counts the number of people living in the US.
Putting those closest to the problem at the center of developing solutions is called human-centered design.
Getting to know the passionate, talented leaders of the Network has been a highlight of my time at Center for Health Progress over the past two years.
I spent three days learning alongside people who had come from far and wide to deepen their skills in service to the movement for economic justice.
When I was uninsured and living in rural Colorado, I relied on Planned Parenthood for affordable, quality, non-judgmental reproductive health care.