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Activist, writer, researcher and community organiser Phil Samba tells us about the quirks of West African parents – “there’s rice at home: ???? and campaigning for Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention in Black communities for Team Prepster. He also reflects on his experience of being a queer Black man working in sexual health.

Hosts: Dr Annabel Sowemimo and Edem Ntumy Editor: Veronique Belinga

News story References

https://thetab.com/uk/2020/07/22/a-girl-on-tiktok-got-pregnant-without-having- sex-and-a-doctor-said-its-possible-167538

Other References

Abortions are for everyone – it’s time for fully inclusive services https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/abortion-inclusive-reproductive-rights-t ransgender-black-women-a9602181.html

Emergency Contraception

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/contraception/where-can-i-get-emergency-contracepti on/

Prepster https://prepster.info

Decolonising Healthcare: we cannot be complacent about black women and HIV https://gal-dem.com/we-cannot-be-complacent-about-black-women-and-hiv-decoloni singcontraception/

‘We are here to change the world’: in conversation with HIV treatment activist Sibongile Tshabalala

HIV infection with late diagnosis

https://www.ethnicity-facts-figures.service.gov.uk/health/physical-health/hiv-infection- with-late-diagnosis/latest
Long Time No Syphilis https://www.longtimenosyph.infohttps://www.instagram.com/ltnsyph/

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