The Divide: Confronting Racism in American Health Care

Jan. 21, 2022  :  With The Commonwealth Fund
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About the Project

More than a decade after the Affordable Care Act, serious racial and ethnic health disparities persist in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic drove home the devastating toll of our health system's legacy of systemic racism on Black, Indigenous and other people of color and the need for policies and practices that will dismantle that legacy and create a truly anti-racist health system. 

This film, the third in a series we’ve made with The Commonwealth Fund, tells the story of one community grappling with this reality.

  • Naomi Leibowitz, Executive Producer
  • Matthew Slutsky, Director / Producer
  • Jamie Francis, Director of Photography
  • Austin MacCardie, Additional Photography
  • Eric Jackson, Additional Photography
  • Caroline Weaver, Editor
  • Kenzie Bruce, Creative Director
  • Jesse Crowell, Creative Director
  • Jessica Stewart, Production Manager
  • Aubrey Moore, Assistant Editor
  • Kaleb Helle, Assistant Camer/Sound
  • Miró Merrill, Graphics and Animation
  • Rob Burgrer, Music composition
  • Caroline Weaver, Audio Mix
  • Caroline Weaver, Color Grade
Services Provided
  • Color Grading
  • Creative Development
  • Original Cinematography
  • Original Motion Graphics/Animation
  • Original Still Photography
  • Post-Production
  • Research
  • Story Development