Student Name Course Professor Date of Submission Health and Racism Introduction Civil rights injustices stigma and inequalities are part of the society today. Skin color is the major determinant on how people are treated valued and viewed (Chan 52). Racism both intentional and unintentional affect the well-being and health of communities and individuals. Racism stifles the opportunity for individuals from contributing fully to the future growth of a nation. Discussion Racism actions and attitudes and reporting them racism can be dealt a blow. Works Cited Chan M. "Racism in health care." BMJ vol. 298 no. 6665 1989 pp. 52-52. Karlsen Saffron et al. "Racism Health and Health Care." The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health Illness Behavior and Society 2014 pp. 2041-2046. Parker Lauren J. et al. "Discrimination in Health Care: Correlates of Health Care Discrimination Among Black Males." American Journal of Men's Health vol. 11 no. 4 2015 pp. 999-1007. [...]
Answer these question in paragraph form each answer should be around 150 words : 1) How does racism affect health? 2) How does it affect healthcare? 3) What can we do to address institutionalized discrimination? For this question, think about the various systems you interact with regularly (school, health, politics, etc..), how can change be made?