In this episode, Max is joined by George Aumoithe, Ph.D., assistant professor of global health at Stony Brooke University, in the department of Africana Studies. They discuss his work on the effect of anti-inflationary economic policy and colorblind legal ideology on public hospitals, as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic, namely, hospital bed shortages and lack of access to critical care in disproportionately poor Black communities. They also take a look at what the future might hold with the Biden-Harris administration as the U.S. Listen to Flip the Script on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcast. Leave us reviews, and support the pod via Anchor! https://anchor.fm/flip-the-script-max
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