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Sick and Tired of Being Excluded: Structural Racism in Disenfranchisement as a Threat to Population Health Equity

Homan, P. A., Brown, T. H.

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Outside U.S.

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The authors used administrative data on disproportionate felony disenfranchisement of Black residents across U.S. states, linked to geocoded individual-level health data from the 2016 Health and Retirement Study, to estimate race-specific regression models describing the relationship between racialized disenfranchisement and health among middle-aged and older adults.

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Reduction of Health Disparities

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