African Americans are disproportionately affected by COVID-19-related disease and mortality due to long-standing social, political, economic, and environmental injustice; COVID-19 inequities are exacerbated by institutional distrust.
This report shares examples of organizational strategies and inclusive language that can be integrated into standard patient-facing processes, forms, and materials to create culturally responsive health care environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual
Structural racism negatively affects the health of Black populations in the U.S.
This paper describes the implementation of the first coordinated specialty care clinic for first episode psychosis in New Orleans, Louisiana (Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic-New Orleans), a historically underserved area.
This commentary amplifies the insidious nature of the novel coronavirus (result-ing in COVID19) and its ubiquitous spread, which disproportionately and adversely affect the health and well-being of people of color.