The Black diaspora and health inequalities in the US and England: does where you go and how you get there make a difference?

@article{Nazroo2007TheBD,
  title={The Black diaspora and health inequalities in the US and England: does where you go and how you get there make a difference?},
  author={James Yzet Nazroo and James O. Jackson and Saffron Karlsen and Myriam Torres},
  journal={Sociology of health & illness},
  year={2007},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={811-30}
}
The relatively poor health of Black American people in the US and Black Caribbean people in England is a consistent finding in the health inequalities literature. Indeed, there are many similarities between the health, social, economic and demographic profiles of these two groups. However, there is evidence that Caribbean people in the US are faring considerably better. This paper explores differences in the social and economic position of Black American, Black Caribbean and white people in the… CONTINUE READING

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