[Read this article on Huffington Post] The ability to access quality health care services for the majority of the black population has been largely due to federal government policies and initiatives designed to address long-standing, systemic barriers to medical care for African Americans. As part… Continue Reading Judy Lubin’s White House Panel Remarks: Fifty Years After Medicare Desegregated Hospitals, Blacks Still Fighting for Health Care Access
The FCC has released the nation’s first National Broadband Plan. In a blog article posted on Salon.com, PSC’s Judy Lubin discusses the social, economic and political implications of broadband access. Continue Reading Broadband Access – A Civil Right in the Digital Age?
A U.S. born Haitian American, PSC’s founder and president Judy Lubin immediately sprung into action to help family, friends and others affected by the earthquake. In the first few days following the tragic event, PSC’s Action for Haiti Facebook page attracted national media and more than 1200 “fans” as concerned citizens, college students, and nonprofit organizations used the resource to network, collaborate and promote fundraising and volunteer opportunities. Continue Reading PSC’s “Action for Haiti” Links CNN and Washington Residents to Local Relief and Fundraising Efforts
PSC President Judy Lubin attended a White House health reform meeting on Wednesday, August 26th. Led by administration officials, the meeting focused on how to engage young adults in the current health reform debate. Continue Reading Judy Lubin Attends White House Health Reform Meeting