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COVID Black develops small and large-scale Black DH projects that are designed to respond to specific needs around health disparities in Black Diasporic communities.

COVID Black includes projects which focus on the following:

  • Collecting, visualizing and curating Black health data and experiences

  • Text and data mining Black public health communication and information

  • Black health social network analyses

  • Mapping Black Heath and Information

  • Archiving Black Health information experiences

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS AND TEAMS

 

Evaluation of COVID-19 Racial and Ethnicity Data Sources

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Comparison chart evaluating the primary COVID-19 race/ethnicity data sources. CLICK TO VIEW.

PROJECT TEAM: KIM GALLON AND RUMI WEAVER 
TIMELINE: SPRING 2020
 

 

The Black Frontline 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Using 21st-century global technology of voice notes, Black healthcare-workers will record stories of their experiences on the frontline as a nation’s lifeline. Those voice notes will be a research foundation for the creation of this project. A range of healthcare workers will be featured. From doctors and nurses in the UK to doctors in New York City, to healthcare workers in Accra – The Black Frontline will be a bridge that connects, informs, engages, and transforms knowledge about the pandemic.

PROJECT TEAM: ESTHER ARMAH and KIM GALLON
TIMELINE: SPRING 2021

 

Homegoing: A Digital Memorial

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

A digital memorial that aggregates and visualizes the impact of COVID-19 on Black people.

PROJECT TEAM: KIM GALLON, NICOLE KONG,  JOAN MUKOGOSI, and Isabella r. Matthews
TIMELINE: Fall 2020

 

Racism in Medicine Micro E-Learning Modules

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

 A series of micro e-learning modules on the history of structural racism in medicine.

PROJECT TEAM: KIM GALLON, BETHANY MCGOWAN AND FAITH FLETCHER
TIMELINE: FALL 2020

 

 

  

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