See Something, Say Something, Do Something: Democracy Thrives if We Can Keep It

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January 21st, 2017 was a pivotal moment for our democracy. On that day, outraged Americans joined together to participate in the historic Women’s March, and recognized that our voices aren’t optional; they are mandatory. Four years ago, we knew that if we had any hope of defeating the forces of white supremacy that had just infiltrated 1600 Pennsylvania…

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Sonya Lewis, MD, MPH

Sonya Lewis, MD, MPH

Physician, musician, mother, citizen of the world.

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