Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, social isolation has emerged as a public health crisis and deepened health inequities. Webinar participants will learn actionable steps to foster a socially connected community where all residents feel valued, included and safe.
In this webinar, we will examine innovative and bold solutions addressing wealth gaps and learn about an innovative partnership in Rocky Mount, North Carolina creating a wealth-building initiative centered on home ownership.
Three national public health leaders will help us make sense of the state of public health in this country and will share challenges and opportunities before us at the federal, state and local levels to reimagine a robust, responsive and just public health system.
In this webinar, we will explore the concept of digital redlining and how this has impacted residents' ability to thrive. We'll also demonstrate how users can identify broadband rates in their counties, and explore innovative strategies used to bridge the digital divide in San Antonio.
In this final webinar of the Advancing Racial Equity series, we will examine the complexity of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders as a group and better understand the need to break down data and understand the multiple ethnicities within the group to achieve health and racial equity.
Every decade the U.S. Census provides an opportunity for residents in every community to be counted. The census is one of the most important datasets in the United States. In fact, much of the data reported in the County Health Rankings snapshots are census-related data. While we often associate the census with congressional representation, census data matter significantly to health equity.
Nearly 60 million Latinos live in the U.S., with growing populations in every region of the country. Latinos face significant barriers to accessing the opportunities they need to be healthy. The good news is that community-based organizations (CBOs) are working to improve the health of the Latino communities they serve by strategically addressing the social determinants of health...
Discrimination based on race and ethnicity can negatively affect health across lifetimes and generations. Racial inequities are not random. They have been created and sustained over time by unfair and discriminatory policies and practices at many levels. Inequities will not disappear on their own, but communities have the power to disrupt them.