National Minority Health Month puts spotlight on health disparities faced by people of color

Detroit Public TV

April is National Minority Health Month, an annual observance that highlights the health disparities faced by racial and ethnic minority communities. This year's theme, "Be the Source for Better Health: Improving Health Outcomes Through Our Cultures, Communities, and Connections," emphasizes understanding how social determinants of health impact minority health outcomes. Dr. Hayley Thompson, director of Wayne State University's Center for Health Equity and Community Knowledge in Urban Populations (CHECK-UP), talks with host Stephen Henderson about the efforts to tackle health inequities in Detroit and Michigan.

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