SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

This is the toll that everyday racism takes on black men in America

Racism can lead to higher rates of death from suicide, disease and homicide. Image: Unsplash/ Koshu Kunii

Shervin Assari

Research Investigator of Psychiatry, University of Michigan

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Black men experience racial discrimination at an early age. AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana
On average, each black youth faces one major discriminatory experience each year. Image: AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana
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