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Almost One-Third of Black Americans Know Someone Who Died of Covid-19, Survey Shows

by Amy Goldstein and Emily Guskin | June 29, 2020
Nearly 1 in 3 black Americans know someone personally who has died of covid-19, far exceeding t [...] Read more

Black Medicare Patients With COVID-19 Nearly Four Times As Likely to End Up In Hospital

by Maria Godoy | June 29, 2020
New federal data reinforces the stark racial disparities that have appeared with COVID-19: Acco [...] Read more

Covid-19 Vaccine Research Must Involve Black and Latinx Participants. Here Are Four Ways to Make That Happen

by Kathryn Stephenson and Bisola Ojikutu | June 29, 2020
The development of a Covid-19 vaccine is progressing at an incredible pace, breaking down barri [...] Read more

Protests Prompt Re-Examination of Inequality in Medical Research

by Jeannie Baumann | June 22, 2020
Scientists are grappling with historic inequities in medical research in light of racial justic [...] Read more

DACA Upheld, Protecting 30,000 Health Care Workers From Deportation

by Andis Robeznieks | June 22, 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred [...] Read more

Chief Diversity Officers of the SEC to Present a COVID-19 Webinar on Health Disparities, Inequities and Possible Solutions Ju

by Jalen Blue | June 22, 2020
Chief diversity officers from across the Southeastern Conference will offer a webinar, “A Pan [...] Read more

For Stressed-Out Black Americans, Mental Health Care Often Hard to Come By

by Serena Gordon | June 15, 2020
If there is one thing that recent police brutality protests have demonstrated, it is that life [...] Read more

Judge Mostly Dismisses George Washington U’s Lawsuit Against its Hospital Partner

by Sara Gilgore | June 15, 2020
A D.C. Superior Court judge has partially dismissed a lawsuit George Washington Unive [...] Read more
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