Black Fatherhood and Lockdown with JB Gill and Paul Amadi
So today is a special episode.
This week is Loneliness Awareness Week, and the Red Cross - a charity in the UK if you are an international listener - has revealed a report called Life After Lockdown: Loneliness which looks at some of the health inequalities, surrounding the lockdown, but also looks at why loneliness is more prevalent in Black communities.
Joining me today to discuss the report is Red Cross’s chief supporter officer Paul Amadi who runs their fundraising operation and is the BAME network chair for the charity.
Additionally, I am joined by JB Gill, of JLS fame, and we’re going to get into what it means to be Black, locked-down, and lonely - especially as the world burns.