All articles related to "Nancy Krieger":

The Age of Trauma

A global pandemic. Horrific acts of police violence. Political upheaval. The climate crisis.The opioid epidemic. With sources of stress piling up and intersecting in new ways, a growing number of mental health experts are looking to root-cause solutions.

Health consequences of discriminatory housing policy

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health professors Mary Bassett and Nancy Krieger discussed the harmful health consequences of redlining—a historic government policy that institutionalized housing discrimination against people of color across America.

The downside of ‘John Henryism’

When Black Americans push themselves to work harder in response to the constraints of structural racism, it can take a toll on their bodies, according to Duke University professor emeritus Sherman James.

What the U.S. did wrong with COVID-19

An article co-authored by Harvard Chan School researchers assessed federal missteps in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic that have led the U.S. to experience some of the most severe outcomes in the world.

‘500 years’ worth of history’

June 4, 2020 – The death of George Floyd, an African American man who died on May 25 in Minneapolis after being restrained by a police officer who held his knee on Floyd’s neck for close to nine…