Racism takes a toll on the health of Black people and people of color in the United States. And in the wake of nationwide protests following the murder of George Floyd, many cities and counties across the country declared racism a public health crisis. This lesson will help your students examine the problem, understand how “declarations” and “resolutions” are part of public policy, and recommend policies for responding to inequities in health care.
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