The #HOPEData interactive website is live!  The HOPE initiative tracks 27 social determinants of health and health outcomes by race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status for the nation, all 50 states, and the District of Columbia: www.hopeinitiative.org

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In order to forge a path toward health equity and progress, we must undo the health consequences of racism, particularly its less visible – but more insidious – structural manifestations, such as the heavy concentration of health risks in communities of color.

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Education Usually Improves Health. But Racism Sabotages Benefits For Black Men

Education Usually Improves Health. But Racism Sabotages Benefits For Black Men

Articles | June 14 2021

By Virginia Anderson, NPR "More education typically leads to better health, yet Black men in the U.S. are not getting the same benefit as other groups, research...

Black Appraisers Call Out Industry’s Racial Bias and Need for Systemic Change

Black Appraisers Call Out Industry’s Racial Bias and Need for Systemic Change

| June 11 2021

"The largely insular appraisal industry of 78,000 is skewed over 85 percent white with less than 2 percent of appraisers identifying as Black." By Safia Samee Ali (Read...

Latinx and Low-Income Communities Are Paying the Human Costs of Plastic Pollution

Latinx and Low-Income Communities Are Paying the Human Costs of Plastic Pollution

Articles | June 7 2021

By Yvette Arellano & Mariana Del Valle Prieto Cervantes, Prism Latinx and low-income communities are suffering from the effects of plastics manufacturing. (Read...

How Systemic Racism Continues To Determine Black Health And Wealth In Chicago

How Systemic Racism Continues To Determine Black Health And Wealth In Chicago

Articles | June 4 2021

By Terry Gross, npr.org (Read...

Structural Racism, High Blood Pressure, Black People’s Health All Linked, Experts Say

Structural Racism, High Blood Pressure, Black People’s Health All Linked, Experts Say

| June 2 2021

By American Heart Association News, chicago.suntimes.com "Untreated, high blood pressure can lead to disabling, potentially fatal illnesses including heart disease, stroke, dementia, kidney disease, sexual dysfunction, vision loss." (Read...

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