Disparities in healthcare during Covid-19

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Lisa Durden, award winning producer and social-political commentator details her experiences with the US healthcare system when her father fell ill with Covid-19.

When the US became the epicenter of the Covid-19 epidemic, the disparities plaguing the country widened after the crisis. Durden provides a vivid lens on how discrimination in race, class and education were social dynamics that played in the subpar treatment of her 81-year-old father, John Durden. Kaia Shivers interviews Lisa Durden.

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