Decolonizing Health Care: Reconciliation Roles and Responsibilities for White Settlers


This section of material from the University of Illinois Chicago course on public health and global societies focuses on global economic and political histories with a specific focus on the effects of colonialism and neocolonialism on African populations and countries.Topics disscused include how structural determinants of health, and more specifically global health, are shaped, how they came to be, and how and why they perpetuate such drastic inequities in the distribution of resources necessary for achieving economic development and optimal health.

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