COVID-19 Racial/Ethnic Inequities and the Social Determinants of Health

This article is part of World War “V”: The COVID-19 Pandemic, a collection of all CNS COVID-19-related articles.

August 31, 2020
Richard Pilch

This video takes a public health view of the current inequities in COVID-19 infection and mortality rates among people of color. It introduces the viewer to the concepts of the social and structural determinants of health and their utility for understanding how legacies of marginalization and racism are putting people of color into positions of higher risk.

Pamela Berenbaum is Director of the Middlebury College Global Health Program and a CNS Non-Resident Scholar.

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