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<What driving ambulances taught a sociologist about inequality

What driving ambulances taught a sociologist about inequality

This blog post originally appeared on the USC Dornsife blog, was written by Margaret Crable, and is reproduced here with permission. Featuring Josh Seim, author of Bandage, Sort, and Hustle: Ambulance Crews on the Front …

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<In the Pandemic, Releasing People with Violent Crimes is a Public Health Imperative

In the Pandemic, Releasing People with Violent Crimes is a Public Health Imperative

Why is the state reluctant to release prisoners who are aging, sick, and more likely to contract a serious disease that will cause more suffering and cost more money?

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<The Shared History of AIDS and COVID-19

The Shared History of AIDS and COVID-19

In the midst of the medical, economic, and psychological fight against COVID-19, it is prudent to examine past outbreaks of disease in order to gain a greater understanding of what may lie …

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