Tag Archives: health

How racism can present itself in a cancer patient’s care

Today is World Cancer Day, and this year marks the beginning of a new 3 year campaign to ‘Close The Care Gap’. Anyone can get cancer, but sadly Black and Brown people face multiple and unique barriers to screening, public health information, are more likely to have a late diagnosis and to experience poor care. […]

Beware the Covid Blame Game

    Author: Janett Walker “ALMOST HALF OF PEOPLE IN HIGH ETHNIC MINORITIES AREAS SNUB CORONA VIRUS JAB” “FEARS LOW BAME VACCINE UPDATE WILL ‘CAUSE DEATHS’’ “WHITE PEOPLE ARE TWICE AS LIKELY TO HAVE BEEN VACCINATED AGAINST THE CORONAVIRUS AS BLACK PEOPLE” “YOUNG AND HEALTHY ASYLUM SEEKERS GETTING VACCINE BEFORE OLDER BRITS” In difficult times […]

How to have a conversation about mental health with your parent from a different culture

Author: Chimwemwe Chirwa It’s World Mental Health Day today and we want to share with you my story of being a black person with a lifelong mental health condition. This a deeply personal story but one that needs to be told so others can feel free to talk about their mental health without stigma. At […]