The pandemic is just starting to be examined through a racial-equity lens, write Nancy Cantor and Peter Englot, the chancellor and senior vice chancellor for public affairs, respectively, at Rutgers University–Newark. The disparate effects on health, jobs, housing, food, and education are glaring. Cantor and Englot ask: “Will we act on what we know now to buffer the disparate impact of the next equivalent assault on our communities?” To read the article.
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