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Every Voice Should be Heard


Health equity is not possible without racial equity. The challenges we have been experiencing around race relationships across the country are centuries old. Without truly acknowledging the past and current racial inequities, we cannot recognize the dynamics of how power and the privilege play out in interpersonal relations, institutions, and structures. And without that understanding, we often repeat history in new ways. Today, and every day, we stand with all those that are working to be heard about their struggles and the changes needed to advance racial and health equity.