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"Access to reproductive health care is not a women’s issue — it is a human rights issue."
"Vaccines, in general, are usually safe, and as long as the data and results of the clinical trials are released to the public in a transparent and consistent fashion, there should be no reason to be wary of a COVID-19 vaccine that has undergone extensive testing."
"A lack of diversity in technology, as well as a disregard for ethics in the development of algorithms, consistently disadvantages women and people of color, whether it's in the use of the technology itself or in the lack of support for these individuals in the workforce."
"UNC must learn from not only their mistakes in August, but also from the mistakes and successes of other universities that are attempting to reopen as well."
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"Given the inevitable movement of individuals internationally, to effectively put an end to this pandemic, the movement to develop a vaccine in the next few months must span internationally as well."
"It’s time for the WNBA administration and leaders in basketball to call for better pay equity and recognize the WNBA as the trailblazers they are — in athletics and in social justice."
"Graduate programs should use this unprecedented year as an opportunity to not only waive standardized testing requirements for program admission, but remove them altogether in the years to follow."
"Continuing higher education amidst a pandemic is certainly unprecedented, and as one of the nation’s leading public universities, and coming up with an effective plan for reopening is going to take more work."