How Racism Leads to Health Issues04:33

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Published on January 26, 2018

Despite it being 2013, race, unfortunately is still very much an issue in this world. And these racial issues impact people more than just on a social level… as Laci Green tells us, it can actually impact a person’s health.

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“Differences in health between racial groups in the United States are significant and persistent.”

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