by John Park
July 11, 2020
[Excerpt from feature article by Jenna Carlesso, CT Mirror, 7/6/2020] Inequities in health care, education, economic stability and housing have persisted for years in Connecticut, fueling disparate health outcomes, life expectancies, employment opportunities and personal wealth. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought these disparities into sharp focus, amplifying problems that have long festered, researchers with New Haven-based DataHaven concluded in a new report about social inequity and the impact of coronavirus.
July 07, 2020
by Numi Katz On June 29, amidst pandemic-induced unemployment and economic uncertainty, the Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration released a sweeping $33 million assistance program for renters, homeowners, and local landlords. Connecticut has been lauded as a national leader in the housing policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 03, 2020
[Note: This piece, by DataHaven's Mark Abraham and Aparna Nathan, initially appeared in the Connecticut Mirror.]
June 26, 2020
[Excerpt from feature article by Bill Cummings, June 26, 2020, featuring data from the new DataHaven publication "Towards Health Equity in Connecticut: The Role of Social Inequality and the Impact of COVID-19"] The coronavirus has been far more deadly for Connecticut’s Black and Hispanic residents than white citizens — and the reasons are exposing decades of economic and health disparity.
June 26, 2020
Videos and Films Series: COVID-19 Reckonings A four-part series, COVID-19 Reckonings, is being produced by Purple States and DataHaven with residents of Connecticut communities hardest hit by the pandemic because of longstanding inequities. Episode One: More Exposure. Produced by Purple States and DataHaven, with Aziya Ricard and Tyrone Jones, residents of New Haven. Released 6/25/2020.
June 22, 2020