A recap of this month’s Black Women’s Health Matters content, and what comes...Read More
Guest post by Aisha-Monic Namurach, Health Promotion Specialist at Terrence Higgins Trust This...Read More
Black Women in Health: ‘There is already gender bias and inequality in medicine; as a Black woman you are doubly disadvantaged’
Oct 27, 2020 | #BlackWomensHealthMatters
Q&A with GP Dr Omon Imohi, founder of Black Women in Health Black Women in Health (BWIH) is a...Read More
Q&A with Gayathiri Kamalakanathan from Decolonising Contraception Gayathiri Kamalakanathan is...Read More
Guest post by Jasmine Heyward, a non-binary contributor from the US The writer of this guest post...Read More
‘Endometriosis was perceived as a white women’s disease, but Black women’s pain is often ignored by medical professionals’
Guest post by Fiona Timba, founder of @EndoSoBlack The writer of this guest post was paid for her...Read More
Guest post by Olugbemi Moronfolu. Content warning: bulimia and its physical effects The writer of...Read More
Guest post by Christina Ivey The writer of this guest post was paid for her contribution thanks to...Read More
Q&A with Soraya Stuart from Black Minds Matter UK Black Minds Matter UK is a charitable fund...Read More
Q&A with Nina Kuypers, founder of Black Women in Menopause Nina is the founder of Black Women...Read More
Guest post by Brenda Gabriel. Content warning: miscarriage and racial bias The writer of this...Read More
Q&A with Sandra Igwe, founder of The Motherhood Group, during Black Maternal Mental Health...Read More
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