Group to Reduce Racial Inequities in Prevention launches new web page

colorful silhouettes of people from diverse racial backgrounds
Current GRRIP activities include funding for diversity-related research; discussions of the book "How to be an Antiracist," by Ibram X. Kendi; roundtable discussions with leading experts in prevention science; and more. Image credit: Adobe Stock/melita​​

The Group to Reduce Racial Inequities in Prevention (GRRIP) was formed in 2020 by faculty and staff at the Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center (PRC). The group's vision is to lead efforts at the PRC to eliminate racism, embrace racial and ethnic diversity, and promote equity and inclusion across people of all backgrounds, both within the PRC and in our research designed to impact individuals, families, and communities. 

Learn more about the group's mission and activities on the new Group to Reduce Racial Inequities in Prevention web page.