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Discrimination in America: Experiences and Views of Native Americans

Description
Examines Native Americans' personal experiences of discrimination across several areas of daily life, based on a national survey conducted between January and April, 2017. Areas of discussion include interactions with police, applying to jobs or being promoted at work, applying to or attending college, and going to a doctor or seeking healthcare. Also examines perceived differences in institutional discrimination between Native Americans living in predominantly Native areas versus those living in non-majority Native areas.
Date
11/2017
Type
Document
Organizations
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, National Public Radio, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Tagged as
American Indian or Alaska Native · Social determinants of health · Statistics and data