Racial Inequality in Advance Care and End-of-Life Planning Resources

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It’s impossible to ignore the racial injustices and inequalities in both health care and end-of-life planning. As the top resource for all things end-of-life, we strive for transparency and advocacy.

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We encourage you to learn more about how to become a health care advocate and the realities of racism in the death and dying space.

This is in no way a complete list, but it’s a start.

Injustice in healthcare & end-of-life planning: 


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