YJBM Special Series: Racism and Health – Episode 1
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In this episode of our special series, Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine Podcast host Felicia interviews Dr. Raja Staggers-Hakim about pathways to adverse health in African-Americans due to racism and police brutality as a public health concern. Dr. Raja Staggers-Hakim is a Social & Behavioral Sciences lecturer at the Yale School of Public Health … Continue reading YJBM Special Series: Racism and Health – Episode 1 →
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