Professor Michael Widener discusses access to equitable health crisis prevention in the context of COVID-19 – Vice News

“Widener said systemic change needs to take place for health crisis prevention to become equitable.

“It’s ultimately an issue of power,” Widener said. “Often, lower wage workers don’t have power, so working with other advocates and politicians who are advancing causes like universal childcare, increased minimum wages is a first step.”

We should also work towards creating more employee unions, in the hopes of improving worker’s rights, Widener added.”

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