Over the past 30 years, the world’s top medical journals have rarely published scientific articles about the impact of racism on health, according to a new analysis co-authored by Nancy Krieger of Harvard Chan School.
Racism is having devastating effects on Black Americans’ physical and mental health, according to sociologist David Williams.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans’ opinions on a variety of health and social issues have shifted, according to new research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. An analysis of 18 polls conducted during 2020 found…
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is partnering with leading organizations from across the business, nonprofit, philanthropy, and academic sectors on a new initiative aimed at combatting the 90% racial wealth gap between Black and white Americans.…
Onisha Etkins uses social epidemiology—and dance—to share nuanced stories about Black and Brown people’s lives that center their joys and desires.
For people of color, race-based stressors can take a heavy toll on health.
States across the U.S. should consider following the lead of Oregon, which recently passed a ballot initiative decriminalizing the personal possession of all drugs, according to Harvard Chan School's Mary Bassett.
Four experts, including one from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, proposed several ways that the medical community can adopt an antiracist approach to clinical care.
A panel discussion focused on health disparities and the work of the Poor People’s Campaign, a nonpartisan social justice movement that mobilizes low-income people to be agents of social change.
As academic institutions grapple with systemic racism following the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other Black Americans, they need to do more than tick off a list of surface-level actions.