On Nov. 10, 2016, Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and Partners in Equity and Inclusion (Minneapolis, Minn.) presented as part of The Colorado Trust’s Health Equity Learning Series. Dr. Hardeman’s presentation, “Racism and Health Inequities,” explored the historical context of structural racism, its role in creating health inequities in the United States, and the importance of naming and recognizing racism in order to mitigate its impact on society and health.
- Presentation slides
- Event recap: Achieving Health Equity after November 8
- Video transcript
- Additional reading: Structural Racism and Supporting Black Lives — The Role of Health Professionals
Full video and podcast recordings of the event are available below. You can also download the video here. (Downloading may take several minutes due to the size of the file.)