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Vulnerable Populations Community Health Equity Coalition

The Center for Black Equity has established the Vulnerable Populations Community Health Equity Coalition (VPCHEC) in collaboration with the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, Damien Ministries and the Equality Corps to gather on the ground data and impact stories on the impact of COVID-19 on Black, Latino and other POC communities.

COVID-19 Response Resource Provider List

We are creating a national resource list to link individuals and communities with resources and information.

If your organization or group is providing COVID-19 mitigation supports and services focused on racial and ethnic minority communities please register with us as a resource provider.

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Community Assessment Survey

Led by our partners in New York City, The National Community Assessment is designed to gain insights on the impact of COVID-19 on highly vulnerable racial and ethnic minority communities.

Complete assessment and inform us of the impact of COVID-19 for you, your family and community.

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COVID-19 Related CBE Article Archive

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