Step 3 Resources
The documentary series, Unnatural Causes, addresses the root of socio-economic and racial inequities in health.
You can expect to find more in-depth descriptions of each episode followed by a short video clip, related resources and a discussion guide to accompany the documentary. These are the short video films available in this seven-part series:
Tracking Race and Ethnicity in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Alexis Madrigal’s Tracking Race and Ethnicity in the COVID-19 Pandemic explains that the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t affecting all communities in the same way.
Topics highlighted in this article include:
- States not reporting racial data.
- Where states do report racial data, “unknown” remains a huge category.
- Collapsing ethnicity into race, obscuring uneven outcomes across distinct communities.
The COVID Racial Data Tracker Talk Continued
For a continuation of Dr. Kendi’s talk, visit The COVID Racial Data Tracker to learn more about how Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOCare being disproportionately affected by COVID-19.
The Century Foundation
Jamila Taylor, director of health care reform and senior fellow, The Century Foundation, discusses Racism, Inequity and Health Care for African Americans in a 2019 report.
The Society for Research in Child Development
The Society for Research in Child Development addresses inequities in education in its report, Considerations for LGBTQ+ Children and Youth in the Era of COVID-19.