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Kids, Chemicals and Food Deserts in Hospital Neighborhoods: Demographic Data and Interventions to Protect People of Color and Low-Income People

Carolyn Fine Friedman
Chair
The Fine Fund

Judith Robinson
Executive Co-Director
Coming Clean, Inc.

Residential proximity to industrial chemical facilities predict other serious adverse social determinants of health, with case studies of best practices for engaging locally impacted people in solution paradigms throughout the process. Attendees will emerge better informed about the root causes of health disparities among low-income neighbors of hospitals within food deserts, with high-risk chemical facilities nearby. Technology presentation will include unique national and metro demographic mapping of social determinants of health showing root discrimination.

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