This document from the Direction régionale de santé publique de Montréal provides an overview of the distribution of COVID-19 cases among racialized groups in Montreal.
Améliorer la réponse à la pandémie de COVID-19 pour les populations racisées et immigrantes à Montréal : consultation des acteurs terrain
This report from Depri, Benoit, Grenier and Adrien for the Direction régionale de santé publique du CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal describes the challenges of community-centred responses to COVID-19 for racialized and immigrant groups.
This article by Rousseau, Jaimes and El-Mazoub discusses the importance of inclusive public health during health crises like COVID-19.
Health departments taking action on incarceration: A framework for advancing health instead of punishment during COVID-19
This report by Human Impact Partners discusses how inattention to carceral facilities has led to increased COVID-19 cases in prisons.
Moving from disaster preparedness to disaster justice: Centering community & racial justice for a transformed future
This policy brief created by the Praxis Project discusses the difference between disaster preparedness and disaster justice.
This journal article written by Etowa et al. discusses the factors that place Black communities at higher risk of transmission, delayed diagnosis and treatment for COVID-19.
This rapid review of literature by Upshaw et al. describes the discrepancies between social determinants and pandemic incidence and health outcomes.
These webinar series from Research Evaluation Data Ethics 4 Black Lives (REDE4 Black Lives) includes recorded discussions on race-based data collection and use at various points of the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes discussions on population health analytics, community health, data literacy, policing and artificial intelligence. The series highlights limitations, challenges and concerns around race-based data collection in public health pandemic planning and response.
This journal article from Peek et al. makes recommendations to address COVID-19 disparities among African Americans based on principles of public health and bioethics.
Webinar: Health equity in student research: Sexualized violence services and pandemic homelessness policy
This event took place in English. Click here to access the recording (English only). Academic research is a well-cited source of evidence to inform public health action to address health equity. But…