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CCRSs Erin Knight, Kalyn McDonough, and Sydney Rendon developed two briefs in collaboration with and in support of the Partnership for Health Communities Policy Academy. The first policy brief describes U.S. structural racism as a fundamental, underlying determinant of health and health inequities. The second brief focuses on race and health inequities within Delaware.
Structural Racism as a fundamental Cause of Health Inequities
Erin K. Knight, PhD, MPH, Associate Director, Partnership for Healthy Communities; Codes-Johnson, Cassandra, MPH, Associate Deputy Director, Delaware Division of Public Health; Sydney Rendon, MPA, Graduate Assistant, Partnership for Healthy Communities; and Kalyn McDonough, MSW, Graduate Assistant, Partnership for Healthy Communities
Delaware Focus: Health Inequities and Race in the First State
Erin K. Knight, PhD, MPH, Associate Director, Partnership for Healthy Communities; Kalyn McDonough, MSW, Graduate Assistant, Partnership for Healthy Communities; Cassandra Codes-Johnson, MPH, Associate Deputy Director, Delaware Division of Public Health
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