Nancy Krieger takes on the Harvard Chan School’s Big 3 in response to killing of George Floyd and national protests

Nancy Krieger on the Big 3

Harvard Pop Center faculty member Nancy Krieger, PhD, is featured in The Big 3, a Q & A format that explores topical issues in public health. Social Epidemiologist and Professor Nancy Krieger discusses the recent police violence and national protests in the context of a  longstanding history of structural racism in the United States.

Harvard University Centers Condemn Recent Police Violence in the United States

The Center for Population and Development Studies joins other Harvard research centers in the condemnation of the vicious murder of George Floyd and all racist violence perpetrated by law enforcement and others in our society. We strongly endorse the joint statement below from the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University,  Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, the International Human Rights Clinic at…

A call to make count of law enforcement-related deaths visible

Harvard faculty member Nancy Krieger, PhD, is lead author on a study published in PLOS Medicine that calls for the CDC to to make law enforcement-related deaths (both those cases involving victims of police violence, as well as deaths of law enforcement agents in the line of duty) a “notifiable condition” which would allow public health workers to report this data in real-time. Learn about the how this increased visibility…