CaRE2 @ UF Stands with The Black and Latino Communities Against COVID-19
The CaRE2 Health Equity Center understands that health and health disparities are a result of MANY factors. Even though our primary focus is to eliminate cancer health disparities in Black and Latinx populations, it has become essential to pay attention to and address the disparate burden of COVID-19 in the same communities. The CaRE2 @UF Community Outreach Core is participating in the Florida Community-Engaged Research Alliance Against COVID-19 in Disproportionately Affected Communities (FL-CEAL), building a community based strategy to identify and address reasons that are causing this additional burden. If you would like to stay informed of or contribute to these efforts, please click the flyer above.
SAVE THE DATE! Friday, December 18– Virtual Panel on Addressing Public Health Injustices
More information will be released as it is available but please save the date for the first event will be a virtual panel discussion addressing public health injustices of the past and how to move forward so our communities can live healthier lives. This event to be held on Friday, December 18 will kick off a series of virtual community outreach events. We will have the benefit of input from Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett from NIH, Dr. Olveen Carrasquillo from University of Miami, Jessica Malaty Rivera, MS from The COVID Tracking Project, and our very own, Dr. Folakemi Odedina, MPI of CaRE2 @UF.