Making structural change to advance health and racial equity requires redistributing power. Using practical examples, this journal article deepens understanding of power and how novel strategies to advance equity can be developed from power analysis.
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This journal article introduces theoretical frameworks and conceptualizations of power. These tools can help to redirect public health’s community empowerment initiatives so that they address structural determinants (drivers) of health inequities.
Public health has roots in social activism but moved towards seeing itself as an objective science in the early 20th century. This article traces this history and argues that public health must return to its roots to advance equity.
This webinar series will take place in English with closed captioning and simultaneous French interpretation. Black health: a key area for public health education and action Anti-Black racism is…
Based on four years of research about effective message framing, this toolkit recommends five key strategies for public health to tell more compelling, solutions-focused stories about health and inequality.