The Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity (CARHE, pronounced “care”) at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health invites you to join them for a Community Conversation discussing CARHE’s Reproductive Health Studies. One of the studies is a five-year study to investigate the association between a specific, pervasive form of structural racism — racialized police violence — and the occurrence of adverse birth outcomes among Black infants. Funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, this study builds off research led by our Founding Director, Dr. Rachel Hardeman. This earlier research explored racialized police violence as a form of stress for Black birthing people.
Antiracism starts with you! We would love to hear your thoughts on the studies, survey, and focus group guide.