Social Policies as Health Policies: Implications for the Health and Well-Being of Low-Income Communities of Color - Shared screen with speaker view
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If pulled over by police, using a credit card, flying on a plane
Depending on the state, voting, type of ID accepted varies
alcohol - drivers license
Vaccination clinics/events, traffic stop, government offices
Open financial accounts, State issued ID.
Driver license when stopped in traffic or your passport to register for class or a doctor’s visit
Erin Melton (She/her)
Public benefit applications, job applications, trying to acquire safe housing, requesting services at a food bank/pantry. IDs accepted typically are "government-issued", sometimes student IDs
Boarding a plane, getting pulled over by police, health care services
Alcohol - drivers license; being pulled over - drivers license
voting, police, various applications - all DL
schools - utility bill
to receive SNAP benefits, or services. driver's license.
job - SSN
passports and drivers licenses normally whats accepted
To go to the doctor's office
to verify identification when voting, being stopped by the police, at your financial institution.
Can you speak to race/ethnicity of those asking for the IDs? Sorry if I missed this, also did the stores where this, study take place have an official policy on accepting these IDs.
Who sets the policy in place for what forms of ID are accepted?
I have a very broad question whose answer I would love to hear from your expertise: What would it look like (policies/culture) so that Hispanic/Latinx populations across the country will stop being perceived as forever foreign?
Katie Marx, she/her
Thank you so much!!