Armide Storey

Armide Storey is a medical student at Boston University School of Medicine. She is particularly interested in understanding health as it intersects with class, race, ability, sexuality, and gender.

Articles by this author

“33 percent of the public now favors such a “single payer” approach to health insurance, up 5 percentage points since January and 12 points since 2014.” (Photo: Pacific Press) Views
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
The Biggest Moments of 2017 in the Fight for Universal Healthcare
In the face of a fiercely conservative administration, 2017 has seen an upsurge in popular resistance against measures that threatened to chip away at important--if imperfect--social welfare initiatives, chief among them the ability for Americans to receive quality healthcare. Activists pushed back...
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