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Structural Racism and Rigorous Models of Social Inequity

This new resource from the Committee on Population offers key takeaways from a May 2022 workshop on Structural Racism and Social Inequity.

To better understand and address structural racism, it is important to consider historical and contemporary policies as well as other structural factors that affect people’s health and well-being across the life course, along with strategies for measuring those factors. This resource from the workshop offers guidance to leaders to develop an agenda for future research on structural racism and strengthening the evidence base for policies that would help alleviate health inequities.

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