California county declares racism a ‘public health crisis’
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San Bernardino County, California, has taken a rare step in confronting racism by declaring the problem a “public health crisis.” The board of supervisors voted unanimously to adopt a resolution Tuesday “affirming that racism [is] a public health crisis” that causes disparities in health, education, housing, criminal justice and more, the Los Angeles Times reported

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