Harvard Pop Center faculty members Ichiro Kawachi, MD, PhD,
S V Subramanian, PhD, and David R. Williams, PhD, are authors on a paper published in Social Science & Medicine that explores the impact of block parties in Black neighborhoods on bonding social capital and self-rated health.
Matt Wray, PhD, Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholar program alum, and his research on race in these news articles:
- Dylann Roof’s struggle for true whiteness
- Rachel Dolezal proves race not fixed or objective fact
- Incident sparks talk on race
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Steven Gortmaker, PhD, is author on a study published in the American Journal of Public Health that explores hydration status of U.S. children (ages 6-19).
The findings of a recent study co-authored by Harvard Pop Center faculty member S.V. Subramanian and Yerby Fellow Mariana C. Arcaya have been published in Health & Place. The study examines whether minority and poor neighborhoods have higher access to fast-food restaurants throughout the United States.
Race adversely affects health regardless of socioeconomic level says David Williams, Pop Center faculty member, speaking of the need for greater racial justice at the recent conference: Overcoming Racism, Seeking Equity, Building Community.