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National Day of Racial Healing

by National Collaborative for Health Equity category: Health

“Today lets take action on injustice & heal the wounds caused by racial, ethnic, & religious intolerance #NDORH #TRHT http://thndr.me/e8ylXA

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This campaign ended on January 16, 2018 at 1PM

National Day of Racial Healing

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF), the National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE), as well as hundreds of organizations, communities and individuals are leading and promoting a National Day of Racial Healing on Jan. 16, 2018.  

This past year has presented some unique challenges to health equity efforts ranging from record breaking natural disasters to the uprising of white supremacism and neo-Nazi movements within our communities and public spaces. Today, we acknowledge the struggle and hardship of those who have been wounded by intolerance and bigotry, and would like to help spread the call for racial healing across the nation.

Join us and many others across the United States who will participate in activities, events and actions to heal the wounds created by racial, ethnic and religious bias and build an equitable and just society so that all children can thrive.  

WHERE TO LEARN MORE To learn more about the National Day of Racial Healing and how you, your organization or community can participate, visit http://healourcommunities.org/.

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National Collaborative for Health Equity
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Founded in 2014, the National Collaborative was established to promote health equity through action, leadership, inclusion, and collaboration. Health equity, in our view, requires creating the conditions that foster the best possible health for all populations, regardless of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or nativity. It requires us to actively measure and improve conditions for health and well-being, including those related to housing, education, income and wealth, and the physical and social environment. And it requires us to correct historic and contemporary injustices and inequities in these dimensions that are often brought about by racism operating at structural, institutional, and interpersonal levels.

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