Education, money, and power provide access to good health, but access to those is limited for people of color. This is one manifestation of White Privilege.
Social Determinants of Health Publications
We work to ensure factors like race, income, and ZIP code don't determine a person's health. Read through our social determinants of health publications to learn more about how we're working to fix that.
Black people face increased barriers to good health because of systemic and historic injustices.
To achieve health equity, we must ensure social determinants of health don’t determine a person’s health outcomes or access to health care.
Center for Health Progress is proud to endorse Colorado Families for a Fair Wage, a campaign to increase the minimum wage in Colorado to $12 an hour by the year 2020.
Coloradans living in rural areas face increased challenges in accessing health care, and good access is important for good health. To achieve a healthier rural Colorado, we must improve access to care across the state.