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.
JOIN THE BRAVE TEAM
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.