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CHECK BACK SOON
Saturday, July 31, 2021 at 4 PM at Starr Park as we combat health inequalities.
“Inequalities in health status in the U.S. are large, persistent, and increasing. Research documents that
poverty, income inequality, poor quality of life, racism, sex discrimination, and low socioeconomic conditions are the major risk factors for health inequalities. These systematic, avoidable disadvantages are interconnected, cumulative and intergenerational. Great social costs arise from these inequities.”
Centers for Disease Control Community Resource Guide
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