Our research implies that even small acts of dishonesty can go a long way, leaving ripple effects that may undermine a fundamental building block of our humanity: social connection.
Indeed, this might be a real moment of opportunity to replicate the previous success, as we currently have new leadership in key agencies who are again looking for partnered and collaborative solutions.
I’m not sure I buy the path to liberation that Atwood plots here, but I’d like to believe. One of the biggest pleasures of the dystopian allegory is that we’d all like to believe that our national nightmares can end.
This is the kind of film that demands that viewers stop making excuses for themselves.
As long as a racially and culturally homogeneous group of health leaders and decision-makers come solely from ivory towers and governmental offices, and not from the communities in the greatest need, the most marginalized and underserved among us will continue to pay the highest price.