Amanda Calhoun, MD, MPH

Amanda J. Calhoun, MD, MPH, is an Adult/Child Psychiatry Resident at Yale Child Study Center/Yale School of Medicine. She is an expert at exposing racism in the medical system and mitigating the effects of racism on Black Americans. Dr. Calhoun firmly believes that all doctors should be activists and is a Public Voices Fellow of The Oped Project, in partnership with Yale University.

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Wealth does not protect Black Americans from poor health— in some ways, it may make them sicker.

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