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The National Collaborative for Health Equity presents the latest news, articles, events and program highlights to help you stay connected and informed.

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Study Finds A Race Gap in Air Pollution — Whites Largely Cause It; Blacks and Hispanics Breathe It
Structural Racism Eliminated Black Farmers: Report

Structural Racism Eliminated Black Farmers: Report

Articles | April 12 2019

By Stacy M. Brown; washingtoninformer.com (Read...

Study: Gentrification and Cultural Displacement Most Intense in America’s Largest Cities, and Absent From Many Others
How Poor Americans Get Exploited by Their Landlords

How Poor Americans Get Exploited by Their Landlords

Articles | April 3 2019

By Richard Florida; https://www.bloomberg.com/ (Read...

Redlining Was Banned 50 Years Ago. It’s Still Hurting Minorities Today.

Redlining Was Banned 50 Years Ago. It’s Still Hurting Minorities Today.

Articles | March 26 2019

By Tracy Jan: www.washingtonpost.com (Read...

A Guide: What to Do if You See Islamophobia

A Guide: What to Do if You See Islamophobia

Articles | March 21 2019

By Narjas Zatat; www.indy100.com (Read...

The Case Of Laquan McDonald

The Case Of Laquan McDonald

Articles | March 18 2019

by Hermene Hartman; ndigo.com (Read...

CHE Leaders Doing Great Work: The Jefferson County Memorial Project

CHE Leaders Doing Great Work: The Jefferson County Memorial Project

Articles | March 15 2019

The Jefferson County Memorial Project, a grassroots, citizen-led coalition is working to retrieve our county monuments from EJI's National Memorial to Peace in Justice in Montgomery. Currently, we are building out our Interfaith Interpretation...

New TFAH Report: Promoting Health and Cost Control in States

New TFAH Report: Promoting Health and Cost Control in States

Articles | February 21 2019

Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) releases a new report today, Promoting Health and Cost Control: How States Can Improve Community Health and Well-being Through Policy Change. The report highlights 13 evidence-based policies, all outside the...

The Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science Announces Its First Pre-Conference Workshop

The Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science Announces Its First Pre-Conference Workshop

| February 7 2019

Traversing Divides: Interdisciplinary Research in Population Health and Health Disparities October 1, 2019 9:30 AM- 5:00 PM Sheraton Seattle Hotel Seattle, Washington This one-day workshop will provide an orientation to the value of...