“It’s Not Just about Work and Living Conditions”: The Underestimation of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Black Canadian Women
2. Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black: Health, Media and Policy
3. Black Canadian Feminism
5.2. The Black Experience
6.1. Whose Shecession?
6.2. What Impacts Black Women’s Health?
6.3. Stories of Dreaming and Transforming
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