• We are pleased to share the Consumer Health Foundation's 2014 Annual Report, "Working at the Intersection of Health Equity, Racial Equity and Economic Justice," with you.

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    "We envision a region and a nation in which everyone has an equal opportunity to live a healthy and dignified life."

  • "We advocate for health and racial equity through programs and investments that advance the health and well-being of low-income communities and communities of color in the region."

  • "We value consumer voice and engagement, equity and social justice, health care for all, partnership, innovation and risk taking, shared learning, and foundation accountability."

Our Vision and Mission

We envision a region and a nation in which everyone has an equal opportunity to live a healthy and dignified life. By “everyone,” we mean all people regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, education or income.

The mission of the Consumer Health Foundation is to advocate for health and racial equity through programs and investments that advance the health and well-being of low-income communities and communities of color.

News & Notes

Working at the Intersection of Health Equity, Racial Equity and Economic Justice

We are please to share the Consumer Health Foundation’s 2014 Annual Report with you.

Building Healthy Communities through Equitable Regional Economies

 

On Monday, June 8, 2015, Consumer Health Foundation held its 17th Annual Meeting at the True Reformer Building.

CHF convened this meeting not only to continue its mission, which is to advocate for health and racial equity through programs and investments that advance the health and well-being of low-income communities and communities of color but also to explore the intersection between health, community development, and wealth building.

Blog

Dr. Yanique Redwood

The House that Racism Built

by Dr. Yanique Redwood,
President & CEO

6 July 2015

Consumer Health Foundation’s annual meeting on June 8th featured a riveting presentation by Dr. David R. Williams, Harvard University professor of Public Health, African-American studies, and Sociology. One of his slides entitled “The House that Racism Built” is copied here for your review and consideration.

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