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End of the Line
Bibi has been laid of work during the pandemic and her husband Reg is a domicialry care worker on a zero hours contract. The two dream of a future where they can have weekends and holidays together and Reg doesn't have to suffer racist abuse at work.
We need the beds
Edie is of the ventilator and eating yogurt. Her doctor and nurse differ as to whether she is strong enough to be discharged into care.
Reg, a domiciliary health care worker visits Edie, an elderly, lonely, racist client in her own home. She shares some of her realities and concerns with him, and he with her.
Hours pass, days pass
In a state of delirium in hospital, Edie meets the Arab, medieval mystic and philosopher Ibn Khaldoun. He laments the racism experienced by racial minorities during the Black Death she the grief and loneliness during COVID-19.
Living Like Prisoners
Aysha tries to juggle kids, parents, part-time work, one laptop and 'anti-social media' in the Khan household while Tahir watches the European Football Championship.
The 'Black Death' is among us
Fourteenth century mystic and jurist compares the 'Black Death' of yore with the 'Death of Blacks' of now where racialised minorities become victimised by the twin virus of COVID-19 and racial discrimination.
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