November 3rd and Beyond (Day 2): Community Engaged Research For A More Equitable Democracy - COVID Health Equity Metric

Blum Center Information Campaign - November 3rd and Beyond: Day 2

Day 2 of our November 3rd and Beyond information campaign is: Community Engaged Research for a More Equitable Democracy - COVID Health Equity Metric. In this series of posts we explore how community engaged research, learning, and outreach can help raise awareness of local inequities and implement policies to addres them, in ways that support and empower local communities. To illustrate this avenue of civic engagement in more detail, we draw on the case study of the COVID Health Equity Metric and the key role of the Latinx and Indigenous Migrant COVID-19 Response Task Force in its implementation in Santa Barbara County. Sources can be found on our Linktree.

See below to learn more, and stay tuned for Day 3 on Monday!