Holding the Line for Kids

Protecting Children’s Health Coverage in the Face of Major Challenges Arkansas has historically been a leader in children’s health coverage, with almost 95%  of our state’s children covered by health insurance. But we’re entering a critical period to hold...

The Critical State of Black Women’s Health

The state of Black women’s health is in critical condition, due to the systemic racism, discrimination, and implicit bias that Black women face within the health care system. To combat the intersecting factors that create an inequitable health care...

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Anti-Equity Bills Narrowly Avoided

skills and gaining the knowledge that will guide them through adulthood. We’re thankful that Arkansas lawmakers adjourned their special session this week without taking up harmful legislation that would have undermined that objective.

Language Matters: Why I Choose Latine

As National Hispanic Heritage Month ends, I would like to take a moment to reflect on language: how we use it to include or exclude certain populations, how language adapts and changes, how important it is to let marginalized...