The mental health costs of losing DACA
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The New York Times has an article in yesterday’s paper called “The Psychic Toll of Trump’s DACA Decision.” As you may know, DACA refers to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program in the United States. It is an initiative … Continue reading

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Effects of Trump administration policies, including census questionnaire changes, on LGBT elderly populations
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Editor’s Note: SAGE is a group that provides advocacy and services for LGBT Elders, a group often multiply invisible in public policy due to ageism combined with homophobia, biphobia, and/or transphobia as well as other intersecting oppressions. With the group’s permission, … Continue reading

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Repeal and Replace with….?
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EDIT: 19 minutes after this blog posted, the NY Times released this (screenshot taken 1 hr 14 minutes after blog posted).  Keep it in mind as you read. For the first time in quite some while, the same political party … Continue reading

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THE FOUR TASKS OF GRIEF: WHY THEY MATTER NO MATTER WHOM YOU VOTED FOR
Ann Mongoven

I am facilitating an integrated humanities class at Michigan State University called “the good death: ethical challenges of death and dying.” The class is indebted to grief educators who stress what William Worden termed The Four Tasks of Grief. These … Continue reading

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What does a Trump Presidency mean for the Affordable Care Act and American patients’ access to care?
Alison Reiheld

Since Trump’s electoral college victory became apparent early Wednesday morning and especially since Secretary Clinton’s concession speech, many bioethicists–and many more American residents–have been wondering what a Trump Presidency means for the Affordable Care Act, AKA “Obamacare.” While the ACA … Continue reading

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The dangers of saying Trump is “crazy”, “insane”, “pathological”, or “diagnosable”
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In recent months there has been a steady uptick in media coverage of trump discussing whether he or his proponents are “crazy”, “insane”, “pathological”, or “diagnosable.” You can find one example here in this Mother Jones article titled “Here is … Continue reading

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