Why 50-year-old housing practices could be linked to poor health outcomes today

A new post featured on Public Health Insider explains how residential segregation could be linked to poor health outcomes today. The post also points to Communities of Opportunity as one way to create greater health, social, economic and racial equity in King County so that all people thrive regardless of race or place.

Excerpt from the post –  

By Andrea Weiler, MPHc-  Did you know racist housing practices from more than 50 years ago could be linked with poor health outcomes today? The answer is complicated, but we have evidence that residential segregation, which still exists in Seattle and King County, may be a factor. 

 In my project with Public Health’s Assessment, Policy […]

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