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“Willingly or not, we are all complicit in this lopsided system of income distribution. But when people who feed and bathe the elderly and sick, who cook and clean and change beds receive poverty-level wages, we as a society devalue the back-breaking work of taking care of people.” – Diane Chang, MD, MFA and core member of D499.

Read the whole essay at JAMA.2013;310(22):2399-2400 or as a downloadable PDF.

Illuminating Injustice: A Call to Action

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