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​Photo: Adam Cairns/Columbus Dispatch Kirwan Institute Social Researcher Michael Outrich was featured in The Columbus Dispatch discussing the recent neighborhood assessment and report commissioned by Franklin County Auditor Michael Stinziano.
"We are in a time of collective turmoil. The COVID-19 pandemic, nationwide protests against police violence and sustained attacks on our democracy have shaken our country to its core. But it is no accident that these crises weigh most heavily on Black and brown communities."  Read Kyle's full OpEd in The Columbus Dispatch. 
Dr. Kierra Barnett, Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Kirwan Institute, recently co-authored a study exploring the impact of HBCU attendance on the health of African Americans (following graduation).

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