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Mobilizing Public Health to Achieve Environmental Justice

Learning Objectives
1. Address historic and systemic issues (eg, redlining, toxic waste siting, zoning policies) that have disproportionally impacted communities of color, including social, economic, and health implications of these practices
2. Discuss the importance of environmental justice initiatives to mitigate inequity and how public health professionals can address environmental racism
3. Learn strategies and frameworks to address environmental racism, such as health-in-all-policies, just transition, and cumulative impacts policies to curtail future health disparities
1.5 Credits

The final webinar in APHA's Advancing Racial Equity series raised awareness of the ongoing impact of environmental racism on the health and well-being of Black, Indigenous, and people of color in the US.

Interested in earning continuing education credit for this activity? Visit the APHA site to claim continuing education credit for CPH, CHES, CME, and CNE.

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