Racial Biases And Health Disparities

400 Years Since Jamestown

Dear Dr. David,

This month AJPH has a collection of papers reviewing the lasting imprint of slavery in public health, 400 years since Jamestown, and presents articles that discuss equity, nutrition and human trafficking.

Visit ajph.org for our latest podcast and these and other articles from our October 2019 issue:

Please join AJPH at our session, “Reparations: The Public Health Perspective 400 YEARS Since Jamestown” at APHA’s Annual Meeting and Expo on Monday, Nov. 4 at 8:30 a.m. Mark it on your calendar and in the meeting app.

The mission of the journal is to advance public health research, policy, practice and education. Toward that goal, the journal also produces monthly podcasts in English, Spanish and Chinese.

Be on the lookout for more timely research from AJPH, and consider subscribing or becoming an APHA member for full access.

Sincerely,

Alfredo Morabia, MD, PhD

Editor-in-chief, AJPH

@AlfredoMorabia

@AMJPublicHealth

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