But what we know – what we have seen – is that America should can and MUST change. Below are vital links that chronicle a devoid Sense of cultural competency and lack of care as it relates to Blacks in the UNITED STATES. Disparate treatment and implicit bias in healthcare are not new.
CDC and its partners work to identify and address the factors that lead to health disparities among racial, ethnic, geographic, socioeconomic, and other groups so that barriers to health equity can be removed. The first step in this process is to shine a bright light on the problems to be solved. Providing accurate, useful data on the causes of illness and death in the United States and across the world is a foundation of CDC’s mission and work.
Below are links to CDC supported interventions, case studies, and data.
Strategies for Reducing Health Disparities
Selected CDC-Sponsored Interventions, United States, 2016
You have shown what history teaches us – that at defining moments like this one, the change we need doesn’t come from Washington. The relationship between Blacks and Whites in the United States includes centuries of conflict, agitation disenfranchisement and social wars.
CDC Releases Second Health Disparities & Inequalities Report – United States, 2013
CDC Releases First Periodic Health Disparities & Inequalities Report – United States, 2011
The CDC Health Disparities & Inequalities Report – United States, 2011, is the first in a series of periodic, consolidated assessments that highlight health disparities by sex, race, and ethnicity, income, education, disability status and other social characteristics in the U.S.
The Black community is still listening, waiting and asking questions. Much has been made of the fact that an African-American with laws but little success has been with enactment. That is why there is a system suported by White Supremacy.
With the help of volunteers, this data will be updated. (June 2020)