Stephanie Annang, a Master of Public Health student with a concentration in Community Health Education, recently wrote an op-ed that was published by NJSpotlight. This work began as an assignment in Dr. Stephanie Silvera's Structues of Inequality in Health class, HLTH 555. Additionally, two other students ahd their op-ed pieces published as well, both in their home countries of Dominican Republic (Andri Matos) and Afghanistan (Naseer Malikzai).
Annang's work relates to African-American women have the highest occurrence of premature births over any other racial or ethnic group.
To read Annang's article, please visit: http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/18/05/24/op-ed-finding-root-causes-for-high-preterm-birth-rates-among-black-women/#