LITERATURE

Being black has remained political for centuries, this has meant that there are little to no areas where blackness doesn't pre-requisite poor quality treatment. We hope that you will find these sources useful.
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Marian Wright Edelman

MEDICAL RACISM

RACISM, THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE AND THE HEALTH OF BLACK PEOPLE

PROVIDENCE MEDICAL RACISM READING LIST

RACE TROUBLE: EXPERIENCES OF BLACK MEDICAL SPECIALIST TRAINEES IN SOUTH AFRICA

Covid - 19

Anika Miller

OBESITY

RACE, FOOD ACCESS, AND GEOGRAPHIES OF SELF- RELIANCE

"NOW YOU ARE EATING SLAVE FOOD!": A GENEALOGY OF FEIJOADA, RACE AND NATION

64 BLACK FOOD EXPERTS

Obesity

Jaynaide Powis

ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN THE UK

HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM?

FOUR BLACK ENVIRONMENTALISTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

Black Nature Lovers and Writers

EDUCATIONAL DEPRIVATION

RESISTING RACISM THE BLACK SUPPLEMENTARY

UNEQUAL OPPORTUNITY: RACE AND EDUCATION

FORMAL AGAINST INDIGENOUS AND INFORMAL EDUCATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: THE BATTLE WITHOUT WINNERS

UK ETHNICITY, FACTS, FIGURES

RECOMMENDED READING

Racism in medicine an agenda for change by Naz Coker

Black and Blue: The Origins and Consequences of Medical Racism by John Hoberman

Menopause, Rurality and Obesity in Rural African American Women by Colleen M Kilgore

Fearing the black body : origins of fat phobia

Black Food Geographies: By Ashanté M. Reese

Every Nation Has Its Dish: Black Bodies and Black Food in Twentieth-Century America by Jennifer Jensen Wallach

How the West Indian Child is Made Educationally Subnormal in the British School System

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