Volume 37 | Issue 4 | Fall 2011 | “At the Intersection of Race and Disability: What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Do?"
In this issue of TASH Connections, the guest editors have brought together a fi ne collection of scholars from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia. These scholars present a number of different perspectives on the intersection of race and disability. The intent here is to further the conversation about the possible impact of race, ethnicity, and disability on the human experience.
- Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp and C. Leah Franklin, Differences in the Occurrence of Developmental Disabilities Among Children.
- Leandris C. Liburb, Increasing CDC's Impact on Health Equity by Reducing Health Disparities Among People With Disabilities.
- Vincent A. Campbell, Health Disparities Experienced by People with Disabilities by Race and Ethnicity: Double Jeopardy.
- Lisa Bundara Sinclair, Inequity to Equity: Healthy People, A Tool.
- Ralph W. Edwards and Pamela Lamar- Dukes, A Call to Action.