Personal Experiences of U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minorities in Today’s Difficult Times

Published By
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The United States has experienced a difficult period in 2022 as a result of inflation, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, political conflict, difficulty with race relations, and an unaffordable housing market, among other issues. This report examines critical issues across a number of important areas that have surfaced across this period (including finances, housing, healthcare, safety, and neighborhood conditions), and how these areas are impacting African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, and Native American/American Indian/Alaska Native individuals, households, and communities on a national scale. 

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Meaningful Work and Wealth

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Affordable Housing

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Coronavirus Pandemic

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Healthcare Access

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Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

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Hispanic and Latinx People

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Disparities in Healthcare

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Native Americans and First Nations

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Black and African Americans

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Published on 04/20/2021