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L.A. County Gathering Additional Data on COVID-19 Impact by Race, Ethnicity
April 16, 2020
``The fact that many communities of color fare poorly in health outcomes, and are more susceptible to COVID-19, is not an accident,'' Solis said. ``Decades of institutional racism have made our communities more vulnerable, so we must consider this reality in our policy solutions. We need our public health experts to keep robust data collection on COVID-19 patients to ensure resources are distributed equitably to high-need areas.'' ... read more »
COVID-19 is a serious health threat, but good public health measures will be effective in fighting it
March 19, 2020
Our old social interaction habits and ways of doing things now need to change in order to save lives. ... read more »
Charles R. Drew University Hosts Homelessness Panel Discussion
February 20, 2020
Steve Lopez, award-winning Los Angeles Times columnist and author of The Soloist, provided the keynote address at a panel discussion Homelessness and the Public’s Health: A National Crisis and a Local Emergency at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science’s (CDU) fifth annual President’s Breakfast on Thursday, February 13, at the Marina Del Rey Marriott. The panel was moderated by CDU President/CEO Dr. David M. Carlisle and featured leaders in politics and public health who are noted champions of health equity and solving the rising issue of homelessness. ... read more »
CDU Breaks Ground on New Grand Entrance, Student Center during Seventh Annual State of the University Address
October 11, 2018
Planned on-campus capital developments mark the University’s first large-scale construction project since the completion of the Life Sciences Research and Nursing Education Building in 2010. ... read more »
Honoring Legends, Championing CDU’s Mission
April 7, 2016
A little over fifty years ago, the Watts community revolted. After decades of neglect, brave leaders and neighbors rose up to demand solutions to the inequities that afflicted our community. The revolt was for a better future for the current residents, their children, and the generations to come. Ultimately, they demanded that our community should be one where residents have access to resources they need to thrive. ... read more »
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