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A Right to Equal Care: Health Inequalities Among People of Color

A Right to Equal Care: Health Inequalities Among People of Color
    Who we are and where we live matters to our health. Many factors, alone or in combination, can cause health inequalities, including poverty, location, race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, etc.
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    Africans Americans, Latinos, and women are at greater risk for HIV, and often have lower economic status. HIV rates for these groups are higher compared with those of Whites and Asians.
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    A Right to Equal Care: Health Inequalities Among People of Color
    High rates of incarceration are a driving force of the epidemic, leading to higher infections among Blacks and Latinos, and the effect of incarceration has particularly affected minority groups.
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    Juan J. DelaCruz

    AIDS Community Research Initiative of America

    AIDS Community Research Initiative of America

    ACRIA's mission is to pioneer the newest HIV prevention and health education, and get that information into the hands of the people who need it the most.