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Can you help to tell the story of African Women in the NHS?

Please see the message below and respond to the email address if you are interested or pass the message on if you know someone who may be interested.

“I’m a member of the Young Historians Project; which is a group of young historians of African and Caribbean descent. We are funded to research and present Black British History.

We are currently working on a project that focuses on African women in the NHS from the year 1930 up to the year 2000. We are looking for women to interview for this project, particularly those who are Ethiopian, Eritrean, Somali, Moroccan and Congolese and also those who are not nurses (e.g. doctors, radiographers, cleaners, phlebotomist etc.).

We would still interview any African women involved in the NHS, but we noticed we have chiefly interviewed West African nurses thus far. 
If your work and position has ever introduced you to such women, or to any networks where they could be found (Black Briton and/or African associations etc)  please let us know! We are willing to travel across the country to meet with interviewees as our focus is not confined to Leeds. “

Please contact Olivia Wyatt by email [email protected]

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