Unpacking the Impact of Race & Racism on Health

Building on important work that has documented extensive health disparities, the interdisciplinary Embodied Inequalities series presents events that explore why race is so consequential for health outcomes. Sessions focus on a range of topics including how race matters for access to healthcare and healthcare delivery, how structural and interpersonal racism impact mental, emotional, and physical health, and how scholars, practitioners, and community groups can intervene to improve health outcomes for vulnerable communities.

Upcoming Events in this Series

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Past Embodied Inequalities Events

  1. "Trauma as Community Public Health Crisis: Healing the Harms of Police Violence" • Darrell Cannon, Alice Kim, Christine Haley, Linda Rae Murray, & Elena Quintana • November 17, 2016
  2. "Exploring the Intersections of Racism and Health: Moving Beyond Our Disciplinary Silos" • Tyrone Forman, Linda Rae Murray, Jesus Ramirez-Valles, Dave Stovall, Amanda Lewis • February 25, 2016