17 Jan 2021
BAME Coronavirus Deaths /The NHS Is Black / BAME Doctors In Covid
I explore how BAME key workers stepped forward in the pandemic. I became a doctor in 2013 and have seen since then how wonderful it has been to work with people from all backgrounds. I stand with ALL key workers in the pandemic which has disproportionately seen BAME key workers step forward to save the country whilst suffering the highest death tolls on a background of decades of inequality. Once again immigrants are called on to save Great Britain: from World War I to the immigrant rush to now.
This documentary examines how Covid-19 pandemic has affected Canada, African-Americans and of course the NHS. Interviews explore the impact of Covid-19 in Canada, USA especially to African-Americans and of course the incredible NHS in the UK.
I recount my own experiences including when I was recently racially abused at work.
I interview frontline workers such as seasoned A&E Consultant Dr. Dominic Harrison, dedicated paramedic Miles Bryers and committed senior Canadian midwife Andrea Levy.
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So Far Unsaid represents the other side. I wanted to promote the liberal arts, social dialogue and progressive values through documentaries and interviews.
0:00 – Introduction 0:59 – Who Were The Key Workers? 1:17 – Interview With A&E Consultant Dr Dominic Harrison 2:59 – Quantifying BAME Deaths 3:20 – The Official Response 3:41 – Interview 5:41 – The Death Of African-American Dr. Susan Moore 6:05 – Interview With Rafiq Friend in Philadelphia About How Covid-19 Has Affected African-Americans 7:57 – Public Health Of England Response 9:06 – Interview With Paramedic Miles Bryers 9:55 – Conclusion / When I Was Racially Abused At Work