The path to justice exists, if we’re only willing to take it.

We have to be explicit about the populations we’re talking about.

We need to identify and effectively address racism and implicit bias.

Adopt a “health in all policies” approach at all levels of government.

Create an internal organization-wide culture of equity.

Involve and respect communities in health equity initiatives.

Measure and evaluate progress in reducing health disparities.

I would add another principle to APHA’s six…

A few closing thoughts:

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