Dismantling Racism Works has compiled a list of tools that organizations can use to determine where they are in their process of working toward and achieving racial equity, as well as the next steps they should be taking. These tools include graphics and explanations of… Read More »Dismantling Racism Analysis Tools
Dismantling Racism Works has compiled a list of tools that can aid organizations and individuals through the steps necessary to begin dismantling racism. This list includes the following tools: Giving Feedback, information about the role of Change Teams and Caucuses in race equity work, race… Read More »Dismantling Racism Action Tools
The CDC’s Promoting Health Equity workbook provides tools to develop, implement, and evaluate interventions that target social determinants of health at the community level.
The Data Set Directory from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contains an extensive list of data sets that include social determinants of health (SDOH). The directory includes 12 domains of the social environment (e.g., economy, education, employment), a list of components within each… Read More »Data Set Directory of SDOH at the Local Level
Build Healthy Places Network partnered with Shift Health Accelerator to create the Healthy Neighborhood Investments: A Policy Scan & Strategy Map that identifies several policy actions for advancing health and racial equity through cross-sector investments. The Policy Scan serves as a tool for community-centered priority setting that reduces inequities and… Read More »Healthy Neighborhood Investments: A Policy Scan & Strategy Map
One in six people residing in the United States identifies as Hispanic, and this population is rapidly growing. This diverse population faces significant health disparities in several areas. This short resource created by Cigna lists specific statistics related to these unjust health outcomes, some of… Read More »Health Disparities in the Hispanic Community
This resource, developed by the Montreal Holocaust Museum in collaboration with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, explores the relationship between othering, human rights violations, and the process of genocide. Learning what othering is and how it manifests will help public health professionals to understand… Read More »Us vs. Them- Creating the Other
At the root of issues of divisiveness, bias, and ultimately health inequities is the concept of “othering.” In this 2020 article, author Kendra Cherry describes what “othering” means, its signs, causes, and impacts, as well as what individuals and organizations can do to minimize it.… Read More »What is Othering?
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) have compiled a list of professional training curricula to improve the health and well-being of the LGBT+ population. Resources include trainings from the National LGBT Health Education Center,… Read More »LGBT Training Curricula
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has compiled a comprehensive list of resources on the LGBTQI+ population including national survey reports, agency and federal initiatives, and related behavioral health resources. These resources are designed to educate public health and medical professionals on… Read More »LGBTQI+ Behavioral Health Equity