CRE2 Launches Research Project Examining Racially and Ethnically Disparate Impacts of COVID-19
Through Colors of COVID, CRE2 affiliates have developed transdisciplinary projects that will generate new research frameworks and methodologies to capture the challenges and insights revealed by the racially and ethnically disparate impacts of COVID-19.
Faculty Affiliate Eliza Williamson Publishes on Obstetric Racism in Brazil in the Journal Anthropology & Medicine
In Brazil, Black women are disproportionately denied access to timely care and are made vulnerable to death by avoidable obstetric causes. However, they have not been at the center of recent initiatives to improve maternal health. Read more here.
Faculty Affiliate Michael Esposito, Postdoctoral Affiliate Savannah Larimore, and Co-director Hedwig Lee Publish in Health Affairs
Aggressive policing (or aggressive order maintenance policing) is prevalent throughout the United States, negatively affecting the health of those exposed to it. To address this public health issue, policymakers must promote greater data transparency and consider structural changes in the roles police institutions play in monitoring deviance. Read more here.