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Bringing Midwifery Back to Black Mothers
For care in pregnancy and childbirth, Black parents are turning to a traditional practice.
How an Abstinence Pledge in the ’90s Shamed a Generation of Evangelicals
The Christian “purity” movement promoted a strict view of abstinence before marriage. But two decades later, some followers are grappling with unforeseen aftershocks.
What Aaron Sorkin Left Out of His Newest Film
“The Trial of the Chicago 7” omitted a spectacularly chaotic episode of the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
Black Americans Were Slower to Get the Polio Vaccine, Too.
Covid-19 is exposing inequalities in healthcare that have roots in 1930s “Jim Crow medicine.”