News Archives

  • Contagion Live

    January 23rd, 2019

    Can a ‘Pay-It-Forward’ Model for STI Testing Work in the US?: Public Health Watch — quotes Julia Raifman, assistant professor of health law, policy & management

  • HuffPost

    January 22nd, 2019

    Cancer Care Has a Long Way to Go to Meet LGBTQ Patients’ Needs — quotes Scout, adjunct clinical assistant professor of community health sciences

  • Seattle Lesbian

    January 18th, 2019

    Trump Admin Continues Discriminating Against LGBT People and People Living with HIV, Report — quotes  Sean Cahill, adjunct associate professor of the practice, health law, policy & management

  • Outtake

    January 18th, 2019

    Trump’s LGBT Bias Continues — quotes  Sean Cahill, adjunct associate professor of the practice, health law, policy & management

  • Vice Brazil

    January 17th, 2019

    Mais armas, mais mortes de mulheres, negros e LGBTs — quotes Michael Siegel, professor of community health sciences 

  • Reuters

    January 16th, 2019

    Gay Fathers Face Stigma as Parents — quotes Julia Raifman, assistant professor of health law, policy & management

  • A Push for Zero HIV Infections by 2020

    November 20th, 2018

    Student Rory Moore on his summer practicum experience at Massachusetts Department of Public Health and using public health lens to understand impacts of law and policy on LGBTIQ+ health.

  • The ‘Yes on 3’ Fight Showed Us We Are Not Alone

    Portrait of two young transgender women smiling

    November 15th, 2018

    We found the way to defend transgender rights, we won by a landslide, and along the way, we made a space where trans, gender nonconforming, and other queer people could feel confident, safe, and strong enough to announce who they really were.

  • The Hill

    November 8th, 2018

    Transgender Rights Are Constitutional Rights — opinion by Julia Raifman, assistant professor of health law, policy & management

  • My South End

    November 2nd, 2018

    What Question 3 in Massachusetts Is Really About — opinion by student Jorge Baptista