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Movement-building for health equity: A curated list

This curated resource list from the NCCDH highlights resources that support movement-building as an equity-focused intersectoral approach to dismantling current systems in order to achieve health equity.

Preventing a Lockdown Generation: A Plan to Support Canada’s youth in post-pandemic recovery

This report (and accompanying webinar) from YWCA Canada and YMCA Canada explores the disproportionate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth including those who are Black, Indigenous, and racialized, female and gender diverse , and those living with disabilities. Recommendations to ensure support of youth in pandemic recovery include: building an inclusive society, promoting meaningful employment for young people, ensuring housing for all, supporting mental health and wellbeing, investing in youth leadership and supporting youth-serving organizations.

Psychological Impact of Anti-Asian Stigma Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Call for Research, Practice, and Policy Responses

This article from Misra et al. describes the mental health and community impacts of the rise in anti-Asian stigma and discrimination during COVID-19. Recommended areas of action include research, implementing evidence-based stigma reduction initiatives, and coordinating federal responses to anti-Asian racism including investment in mental health services and community responses.

Calvin Hudson Hwang: Anti-Asian Racism & COVID-19

This podcast episode features a discussion with Calvin Hudson Hwang on his documentary 'What Flowers They Bloom' (2021) exploring anti-Asian racism and COVID-19. The importance of addressing disinformation, pre-existing stigma, discrimination and bias toward Asian communities amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic is discussed.

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