Anushay Hossain is a passionate writer, podcast host, a devoted women’s health advocate, committed to uncovering and addressing systemic sexism and racism within the American healthcare system. Her groundbreaking book, “The Pain Gap: How Sexism and Racism in Healthcare Kill Women”; and her Spilling Chai podcast provide a platform for vital conversations about healthcare trauma and medical misogyny, offering a profound examination of the women’s health crisis in America.
Anushay’s impactful keynote speeches and presentations at prestigious institutions and organizations underscore her role as a prominent feminist policy analyst, known for her insightful commentary on politics, gender, and race, featured on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, Forbes, CNN, USA TODAY, and Newsweek.
in Healthcare Kill Women
Dive into the eye-opening world of women’s healthcare experiences in ‘The Pain Gap: How Sexism and Racism in Healthcare Kill Women.’ An extensively researched and masterfully written exploration, this book unveils the depth of the women’s health crisis in America. Discover real-life stories of healthcare trauma and medical bias, and join the call for change. Get your copy now.
Spilling Chai Podcast
If this podcast had a tagline, it would be “badass women of color breaking barriers.” In many ways, Spilling Chai is a PSA on behalf of all Brown people that in most of Asia and the Middle East, chai is not a latte but a kind of tea. This is where you can get all the tea from Anushay and fellow feminists, writers, activists, and politicos.