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Weekly Economics Podcast: Finding hope during and after the pandemic

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Podcasts Weekly Economics Podcast: Finding hope during and after the pandemic Ayeisha Thomas-Smith is joined by researcher and author, Christine Berry and Farzana Khan, executive director and co-founder of Healing Justice London By Ayeisha Thomas-Smith 01 December 2020 Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump to win the US election. Test results from around the world suggest that a coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon. Over the past month there have been more bright spots than usual in a difficult, painful year. At the same time, with the number of coronavirus deaths at their highest since May, many

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Weekly Economics Podcast: Finding hope during and after the pandemic

Ayeisha Thomas-Smith is joined by researcher and author, Christine Berry and Farzana Khan, executive director and co-founder of Healing Justice London


Joe Biden has defeated Donald Trump to win the US election. Test results from around the world suggest that a coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon. Over the past month there have been more bright spots than usual in a difficult, painful year. At the same time, with the number of coronavirus deaths at their highest since May, many parts of the country still subject to severe restrictions and unemployment skyrocketing, many of us are hesitant to declare that the worst days are behind us.

So, how has this year affected our mental health? How can progressives stay well enough to fight for change? And have we forgotten how to feel hopeful?

Ayeisha is joined by researcher and author, Christine Berry and Farzana Khan, executive director and co-founder of Healing Justice London.

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