Twenty twenty: the year Black Britons fought Covid-19 and health inequalities

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Blair, Thomas L
Editions Blair
Date of publication
8 January 2021
Social Policy, Minority Groups, Community Development and Regeneration
Social welfare
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This new E-book reports the turbulent year’s experiences and hopes of hard pressed  Black frontline professionals, doctors, nurses, midwives, health care workers and their communities. 

Understanding the issues is vital for concerned readers. In addition, this E-book collection of articles, first published in Professor Thomas L Blair’s web-site has an added value. It offers legislators, policymakers and community leaders a way to stay informed and preview what's next on the horizon.

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