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How disparities in health care hurt Black and Indigenous peoples – The Peak

On June 19, CBC published an article investigating allegations of a “game” being played in the emergency room where health officials would guess the blood alcohol level of Indigenous patients. While these are allegations, they point to a deeper problem of discrimination in health care. This is far from the first instance where Indigenous peoples have been treated differently because of racial prejudice, and it makes sense that many Indigenous peoples report that they aren’t surprised by this game.

The racism in health care that affects Black and Indigenous peoples (BIPOC) is a systemic problem, not just the individual actions of racist health professionals that they may encounter.  As currently constructed, the health care system for  BIPOC is not built to serve their needs.

Read More: https://the-peak.ca/2020/09/how-disparities-in-health-care-hurt-black-and-indigenous-peoples/