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Structural Racism and Public Health

Introduces the concept of institutional racism and ways structural racism undermines public health. Discusses history of racism and intersections between structural racism and other systems of oppression. Explores relationship to racism and ways internalized racism acts as a barrier to health equity. Considers public health practitioners’ role in addressing racism. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.

Credits Planned Offerings Program(s) Funding
1 Aut 2023, Win 2024, Spr 2024 MPH, PhD tuition-based