CoDHcast – BAME in Academia series | #150Leaders reflect on their experiences

8 July 2020

The Council is running a series of CoDHcasts on Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups in academia and health. The series involves speaking to academics and researchers from our membership, as well as interviewing some of the #150Leaders from the Student Leadership Programme to gain a student perspective.

This week we speak to four leaders who are currently or have been on the Council’s Student Leadership Programme:

  • Alicia Burnett, student midwife
  • Margaret Chung, student art therapist
  • Kenny Fakeye, student mental health nurse
  • Fatimah Mohamied, newly qualified midwife

The #150Leaders reflect on what the Black Lives Matter movement means to them, and discuss their experiences of being from a BAME background at university and in practice.

Listen to the CoDHcast


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