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Improving The Measurement Of Structural Racism To Achieve Antiracist Health Policy


Growing awareness of structural racism within (and outside of) public health discourse has led to calls for public health researchers, governmental public health practitioners, medical care providers, and policy makers to explicitly identify structural racism as a root cause of racial health inequity. Yet empirical research has been slow to quantify structural racism and its impact on public health. What isn’t measured cannot be managed, nor can it be valued.

Article courtesy of Health Affairs.

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