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Declaring racism a public health crisis brings more attention to solving long-ignored racial gaps in health

By Paul K. Halverson, Dean, Fairbanks School of Public Health, IUPUI
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Black Americans have worse health outcomes by many measures. To draw attention to that fact, the CDC and communities across the country have called racism a public health threat.

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