In this issue, we report on the Black AIDS Institute’s December Brown Bag Lunch Webinar about emotional intelligence and the impact that capacity has upon organizational effectiveness. Next, our friends at Kaiser Health News write about Aetna’s recent decision to settle a lawsuit for a data breach that compromised the privacy of some customers living with HIV.
Next week, on February 7th, the nation commemorates National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. In preparation, HIV.gov shares tools to help readers flesh out their social media strategies.
Following the federal government shutdown, Congress approved legislation that would fund the Children’s Health Insurance Program—a program whose existence should never have been jeopardized in the first place—for the next six years.
Finally, a new report from Planned Parenthood details how the protracted focus by each branch of government upon stripping basic health care and rights away from Americans resulted in few accomplishments during the first year of the Trump Administration.
Yours in the struggle,