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Declaring Racial Equity as a Public Health Crisis Resolution Number: 0095X-2020 
On June 1, 2020 Columbus City Council passed a resolution to declare racism as a public health crisis in the City of Columbus and to recommit their full attention to improving the quality of life and health of our minority residents.  The resolution affirmed that Columbus is committed to honestly and directly addressing minority health inequities, including a systematic, data-driven focus on poverty, economic mobility, and other factors that impact the social determinants of health.

Acknowledging Racial Inequities in the City of Columbus Resolution Number: 0111X-2021
Columbus City council passed a resolution acknowledging racial inequities in the City of Columbus and declare its commitment to advancing racial equity, recognizing the systemic racism that adversely impacts the lives of residents of color, City Council will continue to implement strategies and provide resources to alleviate racial inequities