What allows racial segregation to happen? Why do communities with proximity to whiteness have higher density of health and increased quality of care? And, as physicians serving Black patients, are we doing the work of remaining familiar with the laws and red-lining in government that has created such silos. How do we break down the barriers that have created these silos that we're trying to redistribute equity across?
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In this episode of the Melanin & Medicine podcast we discuss centering anti-black racism and making sure our interventions are addressing it, particularly in terms of dismantling and making sure our health interventions are equitable and just.
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