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Just Health: Treating Structural Racism to Heal America

The author of the bestselling Just Medicine reveals how racial inequality undermines public health and how we can change it

Sickening: Anti-Black Racism and Health Disparities in the United States

An event-by-event look at how institutionalized racism harms the health of African Americans in the twenty-first century

COVID-19 and the Present and Future of Black Communities: the Role of Black Physicians, Engineers, and Scientists

While the COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating health and economic impacts in the United States, communities of color, especially Black communities, have been disproportionately affected.

Measuring the Effects of Racism : Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Race-Based Traumatic Stress Injury

A large body of research has established a causal relationship between experiences of racial discrimination and adverse effects on mental and physical health.

The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills

In The Death Gap he shows us how we can face this national health crisis head-on and take action against the circumstances that rob people of their dignity and their lives.

Reproductive Injustice: racism, pregnancy, and premature birth

A troubling study of the role that medical racism plays in the lives of black women who have given birth to premature and low birth weight infants

Diabetes: a History of Race and Disease

Who is considered most at risk for diabetes, and why? In this thorough, engaging book, historian Arleen Tuchman examines and critiques how these questions have been answered by both the public and medical communities for over a century in the United States.

Medical Training Can Reinforce Racial Bias (September 2022)


Igniting Change in the Black Maternal Mortality Crisis (December 2022)