Addressing the Cycle of Inaction: A DrPH Student Perspective on the Decolonization of Public Health


This commentary highlights the role of colonialism in perpetuating long-standing inequities among communities of color in the United States and abroad. It also provides calls to action for decolonizing public health institutions, including a call for new funding paradigms that are informed by a truth and reconciliation process and specific guidance for schools of public health.

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