For better or for worse, COVID-19 continues to show how interconnected we are across the world. In rapid succession, the virus transcended geographical borders and upended life as we know it.
But this piece and the vignettes that follow aren’t about the universal power of a pandemic. Rather, they’re an entry point into another truth the pandemic revealed: Tackling challenges, even ones that are widespread, is virtually impossible without an understanding of the unique contexts that shape each region, each country, and the populations that live within them. Read on
Reflecting on my personal and professional journey
As you read this issue of Currents, with its focus on intersectionality, I hope you have a chance to reflect on your life journey and your professional journey, and how those experiences shape our important work.
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