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Racial Disparities in the Time of COVID-19

Michigan Medicine associate dean for health equity and inclusion David J. Brown discusses the startling and disproportionate death rate among black Americans around the country during the COVID-19 pandemic. May 4, 2020. #5-15mins #Medicine #web-article #HealthLab #Health/Wellness #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #RaceandEthnicity #COVID-19 #RacialDisparities


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Minority Patients Benefit From Having Minority Doctors, But That’s a Hard Match to Make

Michigan Medicine family physician Ryan Huerto discusses how minority patients have markedly worse health compare to white patients. He discusses how patients of color seeing doctors of their race or ethnicity is beneficial for their health. March 31, 2020. # #Medicine #web-article #HealthLab #HealthandWellness #Society #HealthBehaviorandHealthEducation #MedicalAdvice #RaceandEthnicity #Trust #RyanHuerto #EdwinLindo ​​​​​​​​​​​​


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Affordable Care Act Helped Make Health Insurance Access More Equal, but Racial and Ethnic Gaps Remain

U-M Economist Thomas Buchmueller and Survey Research Center Research Professor Helen Levy co-author a study about Medicare and how it has disproportionately helped minorities in the United States. March 3, 2020. #5mins #web-article #InstituteforSocialResearch #Health/Wellness #Society #healthcare #Medicare/Medicaid #Inequality #RaceandEthnicity ​​​​​​​​​​


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ACA Made Health Insurance Access More Equal but Racial, Ethnic Gaps Remain

Michigan Ross Professor of Public Policy Sarah Miller discusses a study on the Affordable Care Act's racial and ethnic gaps in access to healthcare and health insurance in relation to states that expanded Medicaid. March 2, 2020. #5-15mins #web-article #MichiganNews #Health/Wellness #healthcare #PublicPolicy #Medicare/Medicaid #RaceandEthnicity


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Pioneers and Pathbreakers: Black History Milestones at Michigan Medicine

In honor of Black History Month, Michigan Medicine shares the stories of trailblazers and key players from the African American community, who prevailed at the U-M Medical School, while dealing with racism and other negative sentiment. February 12, 2020. #5-15mins #Medicine #web-article #MichiganMedicine #ArtsandCulture #RaceandEthnicity ​​​​​​​


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Water, Water Everywhere, But Not a Drop to Drink: Black Women Face a ‘Contraceptive Desert’

U-M Population Studies Researcher Jennifer Barber finds that while black women tend to live closer to pharmacies than white women, those pharmacies tend to have less information and access to birth control. November 14, 2019. #5mins #web-article #MichiganNews #Health/Wellness #RaceandEthnicity #GenderIssues


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DialogueUP! Episode 6: Featuring Riana Anderson on Clinical Interventions to Reduce Racial Trauma in Families

U-M Intergroup Relations Podcast, Dialogue Up!, speaks with School of Public Health Professor Riana Anderson about her clinical research on reducing racial trauma and stress in black families. November 18, 2019. #15-30-mins #podcast #TheProgramonIntergroupRelations #Health/Wellness #RaceandEthnicity ​​​​​


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The Received Wisdom Podcast: Episode 2: Technology, Optimism, and Race ft. Ruha Benjamin

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Shobita Parthasarathy cohosts the podcast series "The Received Wisdom." In this second episode, the role of race after the introduction of technology to society is discussed. October 29, 2019. #30-60mins #PublicPolicy #podcast #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy #Society #Technology #RaceandEthnicity #shobitaparthasarathy ​​​​​​​​


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DialogueUP! Episode 4: Featuring Bolanle Mayaki on Unapologetic Blackness

U-M Intergroup Relations Alumna, under pseudonym Bolanle Mayaki, discusses the exhaustion faced by black women in higher education and the need for more supportive allies. April 1, 2019. #15-30-mins #universityofmichigan-other #podcast #TheProgramofIntergroupRelations #Society #RaceandEthnicity #HigherEducation ​​​​​​​


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DialogueUP! Episode 1: Featuring Rebecca Kinney, Ph.D. on the Narrative of Renewal in Detroit

U-M Intergroup Relations Alumna Rebecca Kinney discusses her book, "Beautiful Wastelands," which focuses the on racialized conception of renewal and gentrification in Detroit. November 1, 2018. #15-30-mins #universityofmichigan-other #podcast #TheProgramofIntergroupRelations #Society #ArtsandCulture #RaceandEthnicity #Detroit ​​​​​​​​