The Canary in the Coal Mine for Inequality

A teacher holds a clipboard a looks out at children sitting on the floor in front of her, some with hands raised.

“Rather than our society holding ourselves responsible for the social inequities that are causing rheumatic fever, we made children responsible for reporting their sore throats, and then let them return to the same cold, damp, crowded homes.”

Julie Spray, Newsroom, May 1st 2019

Read this article at Newsroom.co.nz

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