Racism deteriorates health of blacks: Study

August 1996
Jet;08/19/96, Vol. 90 Issue 14, p22
Reports that a 1996 study has found that racism has a negative effect on the health of blacks. Research being the work of Duke University's Maya McNeilly; Research published in the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine; Other findings; Some details of the experiments.


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