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Category: Injury Prevention

Mission Possible: Too Heavy a Burden: Thoughts on the Impact of Violence Disparities Experienced by African Americans

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I have fond childhood memories of spending Saturdays riding my bike purposefully through my neighborhood. There was nothing better than a sunny day that created the canvas for the perfect adventure-stopping at the library to check out a new book, getting a fresh pastry from the local bakery, and venturing across the neighborhood to walk Read More >

Posted on by Kameron J. Sheats, Ph.D.2 Comments

Continuing to Enjoy the Ride: Reducing disparities in motorcycle deaths and injuries

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This summer, my nephew was killed while riding his motorcycle. He was just 2 months shy of his 41st birthday. I can still hear my daughter saying “I have some really bad news…Junior died.” The crash happened at night. He was hit by a car turning left into the entrance of an apartment complex, and Read More >

Posted on by Leandris C. Liburd, PhD, MPH, MA8 Comments
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