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« on: November 25, 2020, 03:40:03 AM »
This is because it shows that the inequalities faced by women of colour are not the same as those faced by white women with a racial element “added on”: they are fundamentally different.  For example, recent figures show an unemployment rate of 2. 9% for non-disabled white women.  This figure jumps to 7% for non-disabled black, Asian and minority ethnic women (BAME) and to 14% for disabled black, Asian and ethnic minority women.

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