Why we’re not all in this together

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A nationwide quarantine for COVID-19 has caused us to limit contact with one another. In this way, we feel like we’re doing our part for the greater good. But we were already doing this for a long time, and if we’re being honest, it’s really done when it’s in the interest of those in power.

Our healthcare system is not working for everyone

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Reader, commenter, and writer. Informed by my experiences as a parent, entrepreneur, and attorney.

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