Building Resilient Attitudes through Virtual Engagements


Building Resilient Attitudes through Virtual Engagements (BRAVE) is a feasibility study funded by the University of Washington's (UW) COVID-19 Population Health Equity Research Grant. This collaborative project was developed by a unique team of all Black and Asian researchers, doctors and community leaders  — UW, TrapMedicine, BLK HLTH, Hate Is A Virus and Influential Point — dedicated to health equity.

According to the Pew Research Center, since the COVID-19 outbreak, Black and Asian Americans have reported an increase in racial and ethnic discrimination including being a victim of racist slurs or jokes, fear of physical attack and concerns about physical safety when wearing a face mask. Black and Asian Americans. 


  The BRAVE study is a peer-supported, interactive webinar series to better understand how we can support the Black and Asian communities through online community engagements.



We're looking for Black and Asian American adults, 18-40 years old to participate in the study. Participants will be paid. To learn more, click here.

This study is approved by the University of Washington ****. To learn more about the research team, click here. 

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