COLORLINES by Race Forward
“Racism has created an uneven playing field in this country,” says Dr. Jones. “COVID-19 is about to expose and wreak havoc on that uneven playing field unless we organize and strategize to act." Here’s what places us in such grave danger—along with suggestions about how to protect ourselves and our loved ones...
by Hilary Beard on March 20, 2020 2:35PM ET
Consumer Health Foundation
As we make rapid-fire decisions on resource allocation and response, now more than ever we need to use tools such as racial equity impact assessments (REIA). The instinct might be to disregard these kinds of tools for expediency, an understandable impulse but one we must resist.
Since time is not on our side and an extensive REIA may not be possible, here are just a few questions you should be asking as part of your COVID-19 response: ...
By Yanique Redwood on April 2, 2020
No, the coronavirus is not an “equalizer.” Black people are being infected and dying at higher rates. Here’s what Milwaukee is doing about it — and why governments need to start releasing data on the race of COVID-19 patients.
The New York Times
“Although COVID-19 does not discriminate along racial or ethnic lines, existing racial disparities and inequities in health outcomes and health care access may mean that the nation’s response to preventing and mitigating its harms will not be felt equally in every community.”
Opinion by By Charles M. Blow on April 1, 2020
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