Carrie Rosario, DrPH, MPH, CHES; Saif Al Amin, BDS, MPH; Cedric Parker, BA
Structural racism, a fundamental cause of health inequities, must be dismantled to fulfill societyʼs interest in
ensuring conditions in which all people have opportunities conducive to health. Correspondingly, the Ten Essential Public
Health Services center equity, and Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) accreditation criteria require public health
students to learn about racism. However, little guidance is provided to help faculty empower future generations of public
health professionals to challenge it.
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