Includes conversations with experts on topics related to minority health and COVID-19, as well as information and resources from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. on issues related to health equity.
JUNE 25, 2020. Exploration of how COVID-19 is exposing existing disparities experienced by Black communities, the historical context, institutional and systemic racism, and how communities can begin to address these disparities now and during recovery with policy, systems, and environmental change.
Michigan Public Health professor Enrique Neblett, explains how and why the coronavirus pandemic is causing Black Americans to be infected, hospitalized and die at a higher rate than other population -- and what we as individuals and communities can do to dismantle the systemic racism that is the root cause of these health disparities.
Launched by the Tribal Law and Policy Institute with links to information and resources concerning relevant tribal, federal, and state issues, initiatives, and resources for effectively addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
"NDN’s intent is to quickly distribute resources to frontline organizations, Tribes and individuals to provide gap services during this health crisis, and to artists and entrepreneurs who have suffered the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic."