Center for Equity Releases Research Findings on the Voices of Black Women as Long-term Caregivers

Systemic Racism Believed to Have Impact: A Qualitative Evaluation of How Caregivers Feel They are Viewed and Treated

New York, N.Y – On the heels of a hard hitting WaPo article entitled “Black Women are Underpaid and Over Represented in Healthcare’s Toughest Jobs” by Julianne McShane, The Center For Advancing Racial Equity and Job Quality In Long-Term Care (Center for Equity) partnered with

We Stand with Caregivers’ National Call to Action Today: “Care Is Essential”

Today, The Center for Equity is inspired to see home care workers across the country taking to the streets in a day of action calling on the White House and Congress to invest in the nation’s care economy as a matter of racial and gender justice.