Race Toward Health: The Political Determinants of Health featuring Daniel E. Dawes, JD

Discussions on the Impact of Race on our Nation’s Health

‘Race Toward Health’ examines a broad range of topics connected to achieving health equity, including discussions on the impact of race on our nation’s health. This three-part series covers the basics of health equity and provides concrete suggestions to advance equity in organizations and communities.

Vivian Lasley-Bibbs interviews Daniel Dawes about the political determinants of health. Policies and laws in the U.S. have entrenched inequities in our society. Conversely, policies and laws can undo these inequities and move us upstream.

Resource:
The Political Determinants of Health book: www.danieledawes.com/copy-of-the-book

For more information about the Health Equity Council, please visit chronicdisease.org/page/hecouncil/ or contact Robyn Taylor at rtaylor_ic@chronicdisease.org.

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