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The BE-ME video clips
Clip One – African-Caribbean gentleman talking
about his experience of his son's treatment by the NHS. He goes
on to say that this lack of treatment/communication was as a result
of the racist behaviour of the NHS – how they did not feel
that black people deserved treatment.
two – African-Caribbean gentleman – talking
about the general racist culture of the 1960's.
three – African-Caribbean gentleman talking about
how the introduction of other black medical staff – who understood
their needs – assisted communication and hence a better services.