In the first episode of season two of LTNS, Michael Kohler (virtually) sits down with Eve Levenson, the policy and governmental affairs manager at March for Our Lives, to discuss what happens when public health crises intersect and how the organization is continuing to advocate
In Episode #04 of Long Time, No See, Michael sat down with Dr. Edwin Chapman to discuss the consequences of the Washington, D.C. Opioid Crisis. Now, in Episode #06, he discusses the political angle and the future of the crisis in the city with Dr. Chapman
Political messages abound in this year’s Super Bowl ads.
According to the Center for Disease Control, there is approximately a 1 to 13 percent chance that a pregnant woman infected with the Zika virus will give birth to a child with microcephaly. Despite the low rate of microcephaly, Zika’s worst-case scenario, and few American