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Can Racially Segregated Neighborhoods Increase the Likelihood of Obesity?

There are significant gender and racial disparities in obesity burden among Americans. Fifty-seven percent of black women and 37 percent of black men are obese compared with 34 percent of white women…

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Four Ways to Integrate a Structural Racism Lens into Neighborhood Health Research

Structural racism refers to the institutional practices, policies, and norms that shape opportunity and assign value based on race, including the macro-level forces that often appear race-neutral but…

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How Do Undocumented Immigrants Make Residential Decisions?

Residential segregation persists among white households and households of color but is declining within communities of color. This study explores the different ways undocumented status is associated…

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