Behind The Mask: The Black Frontline

Tuesday 8 August

An Audio Exhibit presented by Esther A. Armah and Dr. Kim Gallon, with panel guests Carol Cooper and Abigail Bernard

 

From the wards and worlds of Black nurses across the UK, the United States and Ghana, Behind The Mask: THE BLACK FRONTLINE is an audio exhibit. It introduces Black nurses’ stories of struggle, sacrifice, community, courage, fear, trauma, racism and loss while working during the pandemic.

Presentation: Esther A. Armah – CEO, The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice and Dr.Kim Gallon – Founder & Executive Director, COVID Black

Panellists: Carol Cooper – Health Equity & Human Rights Director, NHS Trust and Abigail Bernard – Oral Historian

This event is open to all and you can attend in person or virtually.

The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a hearing loop. If you have any questions or accessibility needs, please contact us on rcn.library@rcn.org.uk or 0345 337 3368.

Read the full terms and conditions for our events here.

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