How covid-19 exposes systemic racism in America | The Economist

The Economist– May 24, 2021

Black people in America are twice as likely to die from covid-19 as white people. This highlights the country’s ongoing struggle with structural racism, as our experts explain Sign up to our weekly American politics newsletter “Checks and Balance,” to keep up to date: https://econ.st/3vlemOX
Read our special report on race in America: https://econ.st/2QOtjKs
George Floyd’s legacy, a year since his murder: https://econ.st/3oKjx8A
How covid-19 exposed America’s racial health gap: https://econ.st/3uaPKXO
Read about the vulnerability of African Americans to covid-19: https://econ.st/3oWrnwd
How segregation still blights the lives of African-Americans: https://econ.st/2RA7puY
Listen to Babbage, our science podcast, about why some medical devices work less well for non-white people: https://econ.st/34joZFX
Design bias is harmful, and in some cases may be lethal: https://econ.st/3ufVbVA
How to fix American policing: https://econ.st/3hQ7khs
Overwhelming evidence emerges for racial bias in American courts: https://econ.st/3ulmcGR
Trevor Phillips on going from rhetoric to reform on racial injustice: https://econ.st/3upKoIx
Jason Stanley on critical race theory and why it matters: https://econ.st/34jxqkB
American ideas about racism are influencing Europe: https://econ.st/3viMj2K

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