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Surveillance of Xenophobia: Driving Factors and Magnitude of Prejudice, Discrimination, and Racial Tension in the Time of COVID-19

This research aims of this study are to estimate the number of microaggressions and hate crimes occurring statewide in Arizona amongst the college community and nationwide amongst healthcare professionals. We aim to advocate that COVID-19 is a public health crisis, which has highlighted the systematic racism inherent in the United States. As such, this problem requires long-lasting reform in order to create equality and justice. By measuring the magnitude of the racial discrimination, we can use this information to create targeted interventions to reduce and prevent microaggressions and hate crimes. 


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