COVID-19 & Systemic Racism in Canada
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Systemic racism is embedded across state systems and services, from health to social service delivery. COVID-19 and recent events in the United States have brought these inequalities to the forefront.

Listen to the recording of The Recovery Project livestream on inequalities in health and social services access and outcomes, with insight from Yolande James, former Quebec Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities, and former Quebec Minister of Families, Roberta K. Timothy, Assistant Professor and Director of Health Promotion at Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, Cheryl Prescod, Executive Director at Black Creek Community Health Centre and Dr. Brenda Green, Associate Professor in the Department of Indigenous Health at First Nations University of Canada. Moderated by Monnica Williams, Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa, Clinical Director of Behavioural Wellness Clinic, and Canada Research Chair for Mental Health Disparities.

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