Tagged - Redlining
premature birth rates
UR Medicine study links redlining in Rochester to premature birth rates
“This is further evidence of the influence of a legacy of structural racism on the disproportionate burden of adverse pregnancy outcomes for Black women in the U.S.,” Hollenbach said in an article published in URMC news.
black lives matter
The racist policies that led to the July ‘64 uprisings
When Reuben Davis moved to Rochester in 1955, he was hopeful about the prospect of success in a city known for its economic prosperity. But it soon became apparent that as a Black man, he was not included in the comforts of the city’s industrial opportunities.