The Advancing Racial Equity in Health, Housing, and Education Cluster will make Johns Hopkins the world leader in solution-focused practices and policies to promote racial justice in health, housing, and education (HHE) for young people. The team will have expertise in achieving racial justice in HHE, facilitating an advance beyond problem identification towards development and testing of promising practices and translating these into policy solutions at scale.
This cluster will be recruiting 3 Bloomberg Distinguished Professors and 3 junior faculty members to collaborate together along with existing Johns Hopkins faculty in these areas of research.
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Research Goals / Scholar Background
The cluster will advance research, policy, and practice in four thematic areas. Work in each area will utilize strength-based and community-engaged approaches, valuing the knowledge, skills, and assets in communities of color, and will occur with input and partnership from young people themselves.