Racism is something that effects more things than people truly believe. In all reality racism is associated with selfish natures and hypocritical people that don’t take into consideration of information they do not have presently. So why is this such a big thing? Well it’s actually very simple. Racism is effecting peoples every day lives. Their health, jobs, treatment. This could cause so many problems but most importantly what about the care of an unborn child. Racism is making people sick – especially black women and babies, says Miriam Zoila PÃ©rez. The doula turned journalist explores the relationship between race, class and illness and tells us about a radically compassionate prenatal care program that can buffer pregnant women from the stress that people of color face every day.
- 1Racism is certainly dangerous, but did you know it can actually make people, particularly pregnant women and babies, sick?
- 2Miriam Zoila is an expert in the complex relationships between race, class and illness.
- 3Here, she proposes a new prenatal care program that can protect pregnant women from the stress that people of color face every day.
Racism is making people sick – especially black women and babies, says Miriam Zoila PÃ©rez.
Read the full article at: https://www.ted.com/talks/miriam_zoila_perez_how_racism_harms_pregnant_women_and_what_can_help