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Childers' expertise is related to structural racism in the United States and Latin America, including how racism impacts immigrants. Childers research also examines health equity and health disparities in the United States. Childers also serves on the Expert Review Panel for Racial Equity 2030 - a global challenge sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s to identify bold solutions to drive an equitable future for children, their families and communities.
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Describes how structural racism impacts Haitian immigrants and their families living in the Dominican Republic.
Describes how immigration policy can build in policies and incorporate enforcement practices that disproportionately impact immigrants from marginalized racial or ethnic backgrounds.
Describes barriers to health care among immigrants of different nationalities. Emphasizes the importance of considering heterogeneity of immigrants' experiences when thinking about barriers to care.