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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH
Associate Professor & Blue Cross Endowed Prof of Health & Racial Equity UMN School of Public Health, Wife/Mom, Dismantling Systems of Oppression
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 27
Replying to @MeganThreats
Yes.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 25
Three simple words can mean so much: "Are you Ok?" Grateful for Meghan Markle's bravery and voice today.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 25
Replying to @katybkoz
And I am thankful for YOU!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 24
Replying to @bertchantarat
You will be great Bert! You are ready and you are doing such interesting and important work!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 24
Really looking forward to this conversation!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 24
Replying to @CatRichert @mnhealth
I ordered two kits last week (at the same time), one for me and one for my daughter. Mine arrived the next day (so less than 24 hours to my doorstep), my daughter’s didn’t arrive until yesterday, a week later!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 24
Interested in what students in the are working on? Tune into 's presentation: Occupational Class, Power, and Hypertension Inequity: The Implication of the Inverse Hazard Law Among Healthcare Workers. Fri.12/4, 11:30 CST. Register:
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 24
Took me a week to read this in . My reserves of "magic" as the author Herbina Sanders describes have been low. For those who can't grasp why our findings in that Black babies cared for by Black MDs are more likely to survive, read:
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
So many studies! Would love to chat
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Yea this is haunting me too. So many unanswered questions and layers and layers of trauma
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Thank you Marissa your reporting has been phenomenal. I’m deeply sorry for your losses.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Replying to @judyposton22
Sending love and support.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Replying to @andrealgilmore
I feel you. 💜
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Replying to @COVIDBLK @TheABPsi
YES! This is incredible, I look forward to the release.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Replying to @YarnDyson
This exactly. It's horrible.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 22
Is anyone writing about the impact of Covid 19 on Black grief? The inability to be in community after a loss, or deciding the risk of exposure is worth being with loved ones to grieve? Been thinking about this for awhile but it hits different once you experience it first hand.
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U of M Research Nov 21
's Rachel Hardeman on proposed admin. task force on 's effects on ppl of color: “I hope that whatever shape or form the task force takes, that it will include ppl who are closest to that lived experience.”
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 20
Congrats Khaliah!
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 20
Replying to @ReproResearcher
I'm so sorry for your loss Asha.
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Rachel Hardeman, PhD, MPH Nov 20
A shout out from is an incredible way to end the work week!
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