Exploring the Differences in the Implications of Lifetime Stress for Daily Stress Processing Among Black and White Americans

March 28, 2024


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<5 mins
Kira Birditt Isr

The long-term impacts of systemic racism and structural inequities on Black Americans manifest in many ways, and a new paper published by the Institute for Social Research’s Survey Research Center focuses on the health differences between Black and white Americans caused by long-term stress. Kira Birditt, Ph.D., the primary author of the study, comments on the paper’s findings in this article from the Institute for Social Research.

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