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This article summarizes five guiding principles for integrating racial and ethnic equity in research, including: examining backgrounds and biases, committing to digging deeper into data, recognizing the impact of research on people and communities, engaging communities as partners, and guarding against the implied or explicit assumption that white is the normative, standard, or default position.