The National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives is pleased to provide this 40-page booklet of factsheets documenting evidence for structural racism across societal systems. Experts from a wide range of fields present data on the negative impacts of racist practices on the health and well-being of children and families, and recommend public policies to weed it out.
Opening Remarks from NPSC Co-Directors
Equity, Social Policy, and Social Determinants of Health Post-COVID-19
How the American Economy Benefits from Preventing the Costs of Structural Racism
Education as a Social Determinant of Health
Addressing Inequity Through Social Emotional Learning
Racially Disproportionate Discipline in Early Childhood Educational Settings
School Resource Officers and Racial Disparities in School Discipline and Juvenile Justice Referrals
Evidence-Based Police Reform
Strengthening the Overall Health of Communities Through Effective Collaboration and Prevention: Reflection on the Events of 2020
We hope you will find this booklet useful as a resource to inform your own work. If we can be of any assistance, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A special thank you to all of the contributing authors: Diana Fishbein, Ph.D., John Roman, Ph.D., Sara E. Abiola, Ph.D., J.D., Zohn Rosen, Ph.D., Diana Eldreth Chute, MSPH Candidate, Nikki Steinsiek M.D., MPH, Abí Steinsiek, B.A., Jenille Morgan, M.A., Doré LaForett, Ph.D., Allison De Marco, MSW, Ph.D., Sarah Terrell, B.S., Paula Smith, Ph.D., Ronald Weitzer, Ph.D., and Damon Jones, Ph.D.
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