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Racial Equity, COVID-19, and Public Policy : The Triple Pandemic, Paperback / softback Book

Paperback / softback


Does not simply document the problems of inequity made worse by the pandemic, but provides historical context for existing inequities revealed during COVID-19, as well as policy responses to those issuesDemonstrates the ways in which this period of American history and politics is unique, most notably in the convergence of major threats to public health, economic livelihood, and access to justice—a ‘triple pandemic’Designed provide the reader with a thorough understanding of issues including policing, housing, business, disaster response, education, immigration, vaccine distribution, re-entry of justice-involved individuals, and the responses to public protests --- all with a unifying focus on racial inequities and social justice concerns that elevated these issues to broader public attention and political responseDistinguished in its focus on public policy as both a cause and effect to address issues of inequity, making the book a unique contribution to the public policy literature.



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