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Health Equity through Enhanced Data (ASIA Inc.)

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In 2012, the U.S. Census Bureau indicated that Asian Americans (AA) are the fastest-growing racial group in the United Sates and Ohio. From 2011 to 2012, the AA population in Ohio increased 3.1 percent, compared to 2.9 percent in the U.S. While the total population in Cleveland, Ohio is steadily decreasing, AAs were the area’s…

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Health Equity through Enhanced Data (Health Through Action Arizona)

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In the state of Arizona there are limited publicly available data on Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian (AA and NHPI) health risks and challenges. This limitation has a negative impact on community health programs and funding priorities. Without accurate local data, public health interventions rely on anecdotes and nationally collected data for the…

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Racial Equity Initiative | Mississippi

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Project Goal To improve Family Economic Security by decreasing systemic barriers through: 1. Improved language access policies 2. Increased oil spill recovery jobs for Vietnamese and African-Americans on restoration projects in Hancock, Harrison, and Jackson counties. Communities Served and Milestones Community Served: Southeast Asians and African Americans, specifically Fisherfolk and Families Milestones * Come Fish…

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Racial Equity Initiative | Michigan

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Project Goal Improve conditions of schools to be more inclusive of South Asian Americans (SAA) children and families in Metropolitan Detroit, Michigan by: 1. Increasing disaggregated data collection efforts through creation of mechanisms (e.g., school and state-level policies) to increase reporting of cultural insensitivity and bullying, and 2. Decreasing incidences of cultural insensitivity and bullying…

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Racial Equity Initiative | Louisiana

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Project Goal To improve Family Economic Security for Asian American (AA) children and families in Village de l’Est and the Greater New Orleans area in Louisiana by: 1. Development of the Village de l’Est Sustainable Eco-Farm 2. Implement a community youth leadership development program 3. Advocacy of aquaponics, sustainable agriculture, and local agriculture Communities Served…