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Making the Invisible, Visible: Race, Racism, and Health Data

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

The webinar is a part of the DIÁLOGOS SALURBAL and will bring together activists, academics, decision-makers, and representatives of social movements from Latin American countries to discuss the use, availability, and barriers to collecting race and ethnicity data in national census, health information systems, and vital statistics and the implications this has for documenting racial/ethnic health inequities in the region.

The panel will coincide with the release of the data brief “Making the Invisible, Visible: Race, Racism, and Health Data, Lessons From Latin American Countries” and will also serve as the official launch of the newly CIHR-funded PAN-DIASPORA project (Pan-American Data Initiative for the Analysis of Population Racial/Ethnic Health Inequities).

Partners on this project include Dornsife's Ubuntu Center on Racism, Global Movements, and Population Health Equity and the SALURBAL Project at the Urban Health Collaborative.

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Andrea Bolinga

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