‘Black people do not believe their human rights are equally protected’

“I am Intersectionality” the e-book out now from Dr Diahanne Rhiney, exposes many of the inequalities faced by Black people today.  Written following the startling revelations of a recent research carried out by Clearview Research Ltd:

  • Black people in the UK do not believe their human rights are equally protected compared to white people.
  • Black women are less likely to believe their human rights are protected.
  • Black women are more likely to feel like their health is not equally protected by the NHS.
  • 78% women are more likely than men (47%) to not believe that their health is equally protected by the NHS compared to white people.
  • Black women are less likely to believe they will be treated the same as white people by the police.

At a time when intersectionality is ever more critically challenged in modern society, Dr. Diahanne Rhiney explores this topic through her  own lived experiences and insightful observations into the workplace, established institutions, education, media, politics, and society in general.

“When I read the research and saw the alarming statistics, I felt compelled to write this book.”  Said: Dr Rhiney.  She believes we all have a duty to commit to being intersectionality-minded citizens to protect future generations in shaping their identity and behaviour.  She continues, “It will not change …..unless we change it.”

Through this unique e-book, her focus is to magnify and expose those responsible for not upholding and protecting the right to equality for all.

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