Our mentoring program is going strong. Find out how one mentor is unlocking the “hidden curriculum” for her mentee.
Arguments against systemic racism in policing often rely on flawed approaches and cherry-picked data.
Historical redlining and preterm births, “excited delirium” in the criminal justice system, domestic violence in the COVID-19 era, blades of air and far-UVC light take up the coronavirus fight, why parks aren’t safe spaces for people of color, and more.
How we measure quality of life and college readiness is a problem. Here’s why.
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Despite the risk of police profiling, people of color are wearing masks. Yet COVID-19 infection and death disparities remain.
A look at COVID-19 stories: death disparities in NYC–and how it’s not density driving the death rates, Western Kentucky’s poor air quality, undercounted data for Asians, shaping cities and spaces after COVID-19, and who fared better, NC or GA? Plus naloxone policies, the coming caregiver shortage, aging Africa, and more.
We can’t power walk our way to population health. Here’s why a focus on individual behaviors is the wrong approach for Minority Health Month.
Housing instability and the housing crisis can worsen the COVID-19 crisis and highlight exisiting inequities.