Kenya: Alarm Over New Covid-19 Surge

02/03/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Nasibo Kabale and Harry Misiko Published on 23rd of February 2021 Experts have raised the red flag over rising Covid-19 infections in the country, a situation they attribute …

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I took the shot!

02/03/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on The Weekly Challenger on 19th February 2021 “Over 50 years ago, my followers and I at the Center for a United Black Community made a solemn pledge to …

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Black Covid Deaths Found to Be Caused by Racism

02/03/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on February 18, 2021 Structural racism in Britain is one of the reasons why black people have been disproportionately died from Covid 19, states London’s public Health chief. Professor …

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Why are Black women in the UK four times more likely to die in pregnancy or childbirth?

20/02/2021 – by asdadminuser

Prof Maggie Rae, president of the Faculty of Public Health, attributes the coronavirus pandemic for only highlighting the inequalities in the healthcare system that are already apparent for many Written …

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First up for COVID vaccine: 75 and older. The average Black person in Shelby County doesn’t live that long

20/02/2021 – by asdadminuser

Black people who die from COVID are about 10 years younger than whites who die from the virus. Vaccinating strictly by age leaves some Black people out, experts say Written …

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Black hospital faces vaccine mistrust from unlikely source

20/02/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on 16th February 2021 In a makeshift vaccination center at a safety-net Chicago hospital, a patient services aide ushers an older woman with a cane toward a curtained cubicle. …

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Broken families and communities lead to self-destruction

Broken families and communities lead to self-destruction

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

A few months ago I woke up to the news that London in the first quarter of the year has a higher murder rate than New York.

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Black people more at risk of dementia but less likely to receive a timely diagnosis

Black people more at risk of dementia but less likely to receive a timely diagnosis

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

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