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It is well-established that [B]lack ... groups in the U.S. experience more illness, worse outcomes, and premature death compared with whites. - Harvard Health Publishing Harvard Medical School Link
We understand from personal experiences with healthcare organizations and practitioners that the quality of service that African Americans receive falls far below that of White patients. (e.g., the tragedy of an African American Internist who died of COVID b/c she was not listened to nor believed.) What was most alarming was the lack of systems and structures to support access to accurate information and access to quality healthcare all in a timely manner. When it comes to pain management, African Americans are rarely believed. Our team commits to working with clients to develop their healthcare advocacy while leveraging a comprehensive system of data analytics to sound alarms for providers.
Racial inequities in education persists despite the many years of research on Closing the Achievement or Opportunity Gaps. Achieving equity in Education will require disruptive technologies, innovative thinking and innovative leadership. Our team commits to supporting families through the myriad of offerings to maximize student achievement and success. Our approach will begin with developing student agency at an early age and guidance throughout their academic careers. Our team of STEM Education experts and practitioners can also deliver content aligned with and promoting STEM careers.
The wealth-gap between African Americans and Whites in the United States continues to persist and increase. As a product of slavery and its principles of oppression, financial institutions are incentivized to continue to perpetuate discriminatory practices. We see an opportunity for Machine Learning to assist in early recognition and disruption of these practices.
As a product of slavery, the current criminal justice system continues to wrongly incarcerate African Americans at an alarming rate. African Americans are subjected to a biased criminal justice system and are 5.9 times more likely to be incarcerated than whites. In addition, recent estimates indicate that 1 in 6 Black males are in the Criminal Justice system. The impact of this on financial well-being, health and education is complex and creates a negative feedback system. Our goal is to leverage AI in identifying and disrupting these cycles.
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