Addressing Cancer Disparities: A Conversation with the White House


As part of our celebration of Black History Month, we hosted a conversation with White House Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond. “Black people are more likely to die from most cancers and live the shortest amount of time after a cancer diagnosis than any other racial or ethnic group,” American Cancer Society Chief Diversity Officer Tawana Thomas Johnson noted in the conversation.

We thought you’d enjoy hearing directly from the Biden Administration on the work they’re doing to address health disparities in the Black community and all communities.