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COVID-19 Design Thinking Workshop
Senior Fellow Jasmine Burton, Executive Director and Founder of Wish for WASH, invites you to join the organization's first COVID-19 inspired design thinking workshop.
How to Build Collaborative Medical Communities During the Crisis
Senior Fellow Amish Dave was featured on an episode of Mocha Los Angeles' Picture Theory podcast discussing how the multiracial working class is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and why he joined a Medical Society to continue his work in human rights and justice.
Senior Fellow Jasmine Burton and her company Wish for WASH are profiled by Shoutout Atlanta
In this profile, Shoutout Atlanta interviews Senior Fellow Jasmine Burton to discuss her company Wish for WASH and their work.
Senior Fellow Noam Schimmel publishes book on NGO human rights accountability
Senior Fellow and Professional Lecturer Noam Schimmel's latest book, "Advancing International Human Rights Law Responsibilities of Development NGOs: Respecting and Fulfilling the Right to Reparative Justice for Genocide Survivors in Rwanda" is coming in August 2020.
Launch of The Avant Guardian Podcast
Senior Fellow and Staff Director of the William Monroe Trotter Collaborative for Social Justice, Devon Crawford, and longtime friend of Humanity in Action, Reverend Cornell Brooks, helped launched The Avant Guardian podcast series to honor William Monroe Trotter's struggle for racial equity.
COVID-19 Vlogs from a Global Cultural Activist and Founder of RAPtivism
In this vlog series, Senior Fellow Aisha Fukushima shares her thoughts on COVID-19 and the many headlines coming out during this time.
Meditations for Activists in the Time of COVID-19
Aimed to help activists find hope and rootedness during the tumultuous times of COVID-19, Senior Fellow Aisha Fukushima shares her free meditations.
Senior Fellow's research shows asymptomatic transmission of virus causing COVID-19 poses significant threat
Senior Fellow Nathan Furukawa, an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer at the Center for Disease Control National Center, finds in latest research that the asymptomatic transmission of SARS Coronavirus 2, the virus causing the COVID-19 disease, is a potent threat for health care systems' ability to contain the virus.