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These Sisters With Sickle Cell Had Devastating, and Preventable, Strokes

Kyra, left, and Kami Crawford, of San Antonio, are both living with sickle cell, a common complication of which is stroke. These Sisters With Sickle Cell Had Devastating, and Preventable, Strokes Kyra and Kami never got a simple test that could have protected them. Their story exemplifies the failure to care for people with the… Read More »

Food, Karaoke, and Family: How These API Visionaries Are Honoring AAPI Heritage Month

Ever since the ’90s, the month of May has been designated as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the United States. It’s been used to celebrate the extraordinary contributions Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have made to the country—the same country that has a long history of hostile treatment toward these communities. Now,… Read More »