Health Disparities by Race and Ethnicity from the Center for American Progress
This fact sheet sheds light on some of the most persistent inequities facing African Americans or Black Americans, Hispanic Americans or Latinx Americans, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander Americans, and American Indians or Alaska Natives.
Health Disparities by Race from the National Center for Health Statistics
Kids Count Data Center from the Annie E. Casey Foundation
This data source on children and families assesses child well-being in the United States. Data can be viewed by location (e.g., national, state, territory, city) or topic (e.g., COVID-19, demographics, economic well-being, education, family and community, health, safety and risk behaviors, race and ethnicity).
Leading Causes of Death by Sex and Race and Ethnicity from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Minority Population Profiles from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Minority Health
Includes detailed demographic, language fluency (where relevant), education, economic, insurance coverage and health status information (e.g., asthma, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, infant health and mortality, mental and behavioral health, obesity, stroke), as well as full census reports for the following:
Mental Health Disparities: Diverse Populations from the American Psychiatric Association (APA)
Collects information from birth certificates in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., including detailed age and race and ethnicity characteristics.
Collects information on the nation’s health through personal household interviews that measure health status and disability, selected conditions, insurance coverage, access to care, use of health services, immunizations, health behaviors, injury, and the ability to perform daily activities.
This interactive map explores health trends in the United States at the county level between 2000 and 2019 for life expectancy by race and ethnicity and all-cause mortality by race and ethnicity. Data is also available for health trends in the United States at the county level between 1980 and 2014 for all ages and both sexes for many causes of death. Estimates are also available for several risk factors for selected years: