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Subject Sign up for tomorrow's #CoronaConversations event
Date June 16, 2020 4:14 PM
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Coronavirus is deepening racial inequalities: What needs to change?
For our next #CoronaConversations event we are partnering with Operation Black Vote to look at the disproportionate impacts of the outbreak. Our panel will examine: How are different ethnic minority groups affected by COVID-19 and the lockdown? How are women of colour affected? What are the reasons for this? What needs to change now? And how can we build a better future?

Date: Wednesday 17 June
Time: 18:45 - 20:00
Venue: Your home, via Zoom (you will receive the link once you book)
Accessibility: Live captioned

Please submit any questions you have for the panelists by emailing [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])
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Ayesha Hazarika will chair the discussion with (from top left): David Weaver, Deputy Chair of Operation Black Vote; Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, Lawyer, Political & Women's Rights Activist; Patrick Vernon OBE, Campaigner & Social Commentator; and Camille St-Omer Donaldson, Campaigner & Fundraiser.

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The impact of coronavirus on disabled women
The latest findings ([link removed][UNIQID]) from Fawcett's research partnership with the Women’s Budget Group, Queen Mary University of London and the London School of Economics indicate that disabled women are struggling with social isolation, access to necessities, pressures on domestic and care work, and health and well-being ([link removed][UNIQID]) during the coronavirus outbreak. (Full briefing and recommendations ([link removed][UNIQID]) .)

From the frontline
By a margin of two to one, Fawcett's polling shows that people think the Government did not sufficiently prioritise care homes when the pandemic started. Read our interview with a care worker ([link removed][UNIQID]) on her daily experience and the impact of coronavirus.
We hope to see you tomorrow on zoom!

In solidarity and determination,
The Fawcett Society Team

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