Death, Violence, Health, and Poverty in Chicago

Fredrick III E. Death, violence, health, and poverty in Chicago. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;19. Prologue I am by any estimation the product of a privileged upbringing. My father is a physician and my mother was an educator, author, and stay at home mom. I grew up on Chicago’s south side through 6th grade […]

Preventing Radicalization to Violence Through Partnerships and Collaboration

Ellis H. Preventing radicalization to violence through partnerships and collaboration. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;19. In the space of a single week in August of 2017, vehicles plowed into groups of pedestrians in two different parts of the world, purportedly in support of two different ideologies. In Barcelona, Spain, a group of young men […]

#MeToo: The Perfect Storm Needed to Change Attitudes Toward Sexual Harassment and Violence

Bethel C. #MeToo: the perfect storm needed to change attitudes toward sexual harassment and violence. Harvard Public Health Review. Fall 2018;16. We need to be less afraid to ask people about their experiences of abuse. Claire Bethel, independent consultant, former Deputy Director, Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Well-Being, Department of Health The #MeToo […]