The mission of the Collaboration on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America (CRISMA) is to delineate the ways in which inequality and structural racism affect racial/ethnic disparities in achievement, life chances, social and economic mobility, and health in the United States.

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Research from 2019

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A Time of Opportunity, Angela Glover Blackwell

Research from 2016

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A Comparison of Self-Reported Physical Health and Health Conditions of American Indian/Alaskan Natives to Other College Students, David A. Patterson

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African American Adolescents Academic Persistence: A Strengths-Based Approach, Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes

Alaskan Natives as Culturally Different Clients, David A. Patterson

"All That Glitters Is Not Gold": Social Mobility, Health, and Mental Health Among African Americans, Darrell Hudson

American Indian/Alaska Native Elders, David A. Patterson

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American Indian/Alaskan Native College Drop Out: Recommendations for Increasing Retention and Graduation, David A. Patterson

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Are Benefits Conferred With Greater Socioeconomic Position Undermined by Racial Discrimination Among African American Men?, Darrell Hudson

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Differences in the Clinical Recognition of Depression in Diabetes Patients: The Diabetes Study of Northern California (Distance), Darrell Hudson

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Estimates of Mental Health Problems in a Vulnerable Population Within a Primary Care Setting, Darrell Hudson

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Exposure to Violence and Achievement Motivation Beliefs: Moderating Roles of Cultural-Ecological Factors, Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes

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Impact of Disabilities and Other Physical Health Issues on Academic Outcomes Among American Indian and Alaskan Native College Students: An Exploratory Analysis, David A. Patterson

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Impact of the Academic-Social Context on American Indian/Alaska Native Student's Academic Performance, David A. Patterson

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Race, Life Course Socioeconomic Position, Racial Discrimination, Depressive Symptoms and Self-Rated Health, Darrell Hudson

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Racial Discrimination, John Henryism, and Depression Among African Americans, Darrell Hudson

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Racial Pride and Religiosity Among African American Boys: Implications for Academic Motivation and Achievement, Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes

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Reconsidering the Role of Social Disadvantage in Physical and Mental Health: Stressful Life Events, Health Behaviors, Race, and Depression, Briana Mezuk

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School and Peer Influences on the Academic Outcomes of African American Adolescents, Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes

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Sociocultural Influences on Gambling and Alcohol Use Among Native Americans in the United States, David A. Patterson

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The Protective Role of Religious Involvement in African American and Caribbean Black Adolescents’ Experiences of Racial Discrimination, Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes

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The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Position and Depression Among a US Nationally Representative Sample of African Americans, Darrell Hudson

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Toward a Culturally Informed Rehabilitation Treatment Model for American Indian/Alaska Native Veterans, David A. Patterson

Underachievement and Success of African American Males in School Settings: Integrating Critical Race and Ecological Perspectives, Pamela P. Martin

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Using Self-Regulated Learning to Increase Native American College Retention, David A. Patterson

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“White Box” Epidemiology and the Social Neuroscience of Health Behavior Change: The Environmental Affordances Model, Briana Mezuk

Research from 2013

Flint Adolescent Study: A Longitudinal Examination of Social Support and Academic Motivational Beliefs of African American Adolescents, Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes