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Examining and Addressing COVID-19 Racial Disparities in Detroit   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Introduction: "One in every 645 Black people in the United States can expect to die from COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019]. Blacks are 2.1 times more likely than whites to die from the virus. In fact, if Blacks had the same death rate as whites from COVID-19, roughly 25,000 fewer Black people would have died in 2020. Why are Blacks disproportionately infected and dying from COVID-19? And, what are the broader COVID-19 related challenges for Black families and communities? How does COVID-19 impact other health-related issues, employment, housing, food, education, and business ownership? These are the central research questions that our report aims to address."

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2021-03-02?
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Brookings Institution; New Detroit, Inc.
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