Cynthia 's Articles
As social conservatives push cuts for reproductive health services, the outspoken former surgeon general says that not much has changed since her '90s battle with them.
With President Obama, historic gains were made in confronting racial differences in health care, but the GOP is threatening to roll them back. Here's a look at what's at stake.
The lessons of Tuskegee and Guatemala have a presidential commission reviewing how the government protects vulnerable test subjects. A committee member explains the ugly past and the safeguards in place now.
Losing your job is hard enough. And with mounting claims of recruiters refusing to hire the unemployed, finding new work may be the hardest job of all -- especially if you are black.
Radmilla Cody's crowning as Miss Navajo Nation in 1997 triggered an outcry and a conversation about what it means to be Native American. Now she's featured in a museum exhibit showing the rarely told history of African-Native Americans.