When candy and fries are more available than fresh produce and stress never lets up; when how much we make predicts how long we’ll live and people can’t make ends meet; do we all have an equal chance for health?
Produced by California Newsreel with Vital Pictures. Presented by the National Minority Consortia.
A seven part documentary series exploring racial and socioeconomic inequalities in health.
Can be used for home screening, for a group screening and discussion, in part or as a whole. We recommend dividing the viewing into a series if you’d like to show all seven parts.
“An extraordinary series that can be an invaluable tool for broadening and reframing the discussion about health beyond health care and building support for actions and policies that promote health equity.” – Sarah Olson, Health Promotion Practice
Originally broadcast on PBS in the Spring of 2008.
Available for purchase or for rent at http://www.unnaturalcauses.org
To borrow a copy from the PHW Lending Library please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Unnatural Causes Documentary Series really opened my eyes to the realities of health disparities. I think everyone should see these films.” – Shannon, Guilford College UMC