Juneteenth reminds us of the enduring legacy of systemic inequities and the ongoing calling to dismantle them, wherever they exist, writes Daniel E. Dawes, founding dean of the Meharry School of Global Health at Meharry Medical College, in a blog for AHA's Institute for Diversity and Health Equity. "It is a call to action to build upon the successes of early leaders within the movement to advance health equity, and an opportunity to honor their sacrifice." READ MORE

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