Policies of the past contribute to disparities and are not rectified ideologies

Policies of the past contribute to disparities and

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1.Policies of the past contribute to disparities and are not rectified, ideologies to tell people it is their fault, how are we supposed to improve??
23)Understand the mechanisms by which racism “gets under the skin” and affects health (and social) outcomes; think, here, about the physiological and psychological effects of constant stress: stereotype threat; current, active discrimination; economic 24)In what ways do race and class intersect? How do we know that race (more specifically, racism) is an independent variable affecting health (and contributing to health inequalities)?

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