“Race, Place, And Structural Racism: A Review Of Health And History In Washington, D.C.”

Protest in fron of the Supreme Court. The posters on display say:
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This publication, co-authored by Dr. Christopher King, is a historical review of policies, practices, and events that have sustained systemic racism on the health of the United States. It focuses on Washington, D.C.—a city with a legacy of Black plurality — , while also reflecting on the national landscape, policies and events that socially, economically, and politically disenfranchised Black residents, yielding stark differences in health outcomes among Washington, D.C. populations.

Read the journal article.

Read the Georgetown University Medical Center’s piece on the publication.

Read the WTOP News‘ piece on the publication.