Croakey is closed for summer holidays and will resume publishing in the week of 18 January 2021. In the meantime, we are re-publishing some of our top articles from 2020.
This article was first published on January 29, 2020
Croakey’s peripatetic correspondent, Dr Ruth Armstrong, has taken the Twitter account @WePublicHealth on a road trip in the United States, sharing public health postcards from Texas and Louisiana.
So far, she has traversed topics ranging from disaster recovery to road safety, whooping cranes, gun control, vaping-related lawsuits, the benefits of green space and public art, and environmental grief. The importance of black media and public interest journalism was also in the frame.
Below is the first in a two-part series from the road (and keep following the @WePublicHealth tweets from Colorado this week as well).
Read more on green spaces.
Read more about the End The Streak campaign.
Read more about these coastal changes.
Read more: Republican-led States Want Disaster Aid Without Having to Address Climate Change
The message is: “Still here”.
Bookmark this link to follow the contributions from @WePublicHealth guest tweeters during 2020.
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