Podcast: How COVID-19 has highlighted racism as a health risk

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Wed, June 17, 2020

It is discriminatory social and economic structures that are determining how sick patients become from the virus, argue academics in latest WORLD: we got this podcast episode. In this first of two episodes on health and racism, Professor Anne Pollock (King's College London) and CBSSM's Dr. Melissa Creary discuss the ways systemic racism — from the commoditization of bodies, to social and economic structures — has shaped the spread of COVID-19.

 

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