Examining the Flint and Zika crises in tandem sheds light on environmental racism and classism — the ways that public health crises disproportionately impact politically and financially powerless communities.
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When women are empowered to take control of their own health, the results can be profound: reduced infant mortality, decreased spread of infectious diseases, and increased family and community health. An investment in women’s education truly is an investment in the well-being of society.
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