Discrimination in medical care
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Abstract Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. speaks with six callers about topics including discrimination in medical care, environmental justice, and prison reform. After several songs play, he discusses Tashonna Ward, a twenty-five-year-old woman who died after waiting hours for medical care at a hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He speaks with Milwaukee-based activist Vaun Mayes about medical discrimination and housing insecurity in the city. Next, an indigenous activist from British Columbia named...
Abstract This episode covers range of topics, including a recent incident in which a man named Robert Williams shot at a police precinct in New York City, the release of MOVE member Chuck Africa from prison, and the school to prison pipeline. Lady of Rage, Chairman Fred, and several callers discuss the effects of psychiatric medications on children and Black communities. They express concerns about how pharmaceutical trials exclude Black subjects, mistrust about the incentives that pharmaceutical...