Amplifying Black community voices in all their diversity and intersections through first-person, story-telling resources that document the experiences and resistance to anti-Black racism to help advocate and innovate practices to improve Black health in Canada
About the project
The Black People’s Experiences with Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Healthcare System research is focused on collecting community stories of African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) people’s experiences in the Canadian healthcare system, the impact it has had on them and their overall health.
The stories and participation will provide a deeper understanding of anti-Black racism and the challenges faced by ACB in accessing healthcare in Canada but also strategies of resistance and wellness.
We are recruiting participants for this research project.
Gathering stories of African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) people’s experiences in the Canadian healthcare system
Have a deeper understanding of anti-Black racism in healthcare and the barriers faced in accessing healthcare for Black folks in Canada
Documenting the impact anti-Black racism in healthcare and challenges in accessing healthcare has had on participants and their health