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Structural racism and the COVID-19 experience in the United States.

Dickinson KL, Roberts JD, Banacos N, et al. Structural racism and the COVID-19 experience in the United States. Health Secur. 2021;19(S1):S14-s26. doi: 10.1089/hs.2021.0031.

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July 7, 2021
Dickinson KL, Roberts JD, Banacos N, et al. Health Secur. 2021;19(S1):s14-s26.
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The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the continued existence of structural racism and its disproportionate impact on the health of communities of color. This study examines the experiences of non-White and White communities and the negative impact of structural racism on the non-White communities. The authors call for bold action emphasizing the need for structural changes.  

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Dickinson KL, Roberts JD, Banacos N, et al. Structural racism and the COVID-19 experience in the United States. Health Secur. 2021;19(S1):S14-s26. doi: 10.1089/hs.2021.0031.

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