Author: Eleanor J. Bader

This Radical Medical Collective Ministers to Protesters

The idea was that we wanted to do action/activist medicine. We understood that many communities have to create their own medical infrastructure, taking care of themselves, because of racism, sexism, homophobia, or transphobia.  Many of us in the collective have not felt safe accessing conventional emergency medical services

Sandinistas and the Upper West Side

How a group of women made the Upper West Side the sister city of Tipitapa, Nicaragua to support the Sandanista government in the 1980s—and the organizing work they’re doing today.