"One Side Dark, Other Side Hard : Black America In the GAP ”
Guest: Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of the Humanities in Medicine Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Author, "Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology"
Black people surviving the health disparities, medical negligence and indifference, stressful work demands, hard choices fears presented existing compounding work, home, children stresses during the pandemic. How do we place this COVID-19 plague in the context of past medical histories of our people? How do we comfort our selves, our children and elders? How do we find the assurances to get on the other side? We will be talking with her about Black America in the pandemic, historical underbelly of health history and its impact on us today. How we find comfort, how we face our fears and our deaths.
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