Episode #8 of Equal Hope’s podcast- Disrupting Privilege: Conversations on Race and Health

John McIlwain and Mary Richardson Lowry talk to authors Fernando De Maio & Maureen Benjamins about their new book, “Unequal Cities: Structural Racism & the Death Gap in America’s Largest Cities.”  The core of their discussion centered on the importance of data in furthering the discussion around structural racism and poor health outcomes.  “The diseases have changed over the past century, but the root causes remain the same: structural racism.” 

S2, E9 Northshore University HealthSystem Disrupting Privilege: Conversations on Race & Health

John McIlwain and Shari Runner talk with Diana Alvarez, Northshore University HealthSystem's Community Health Equity Liaison.  Diana explains the importance of health equity as a driver of Northshore's key priorities.  In addition, Diana shares personal stories that make the issue of healthcare so important for all of us. 

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