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Douglas, Jenny (2022). Black Women and Public Health in the UK. In: Evans, Stephanie Y.; Davis, Sarita K.; Hinkson, Leslie R. and Wathington, Deanna J. eds. Black Women and Public Health: Strategies to Name, Locate, and Change Systems of Power. Black Women's Wellness. New York: SUNY Press, pp. 181–194.

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Douglas, Jenny (2021). Black Women’s Health Still Matters. In: Raymond-Williams, Rianna and El Khamy, Lama eds. More than Talk: Perspectives of Black and People of Colour (BPOC) working in Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) in the United Kingdom (UK). London: Kindle Direct Publishing, pp. 32–45.

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Douglas, Jenny (2019). Working effectively with African Caribbean young women: an intersectional approach. In: Robb, Martin; Montgomery, Heather and Thomson, Rachel eds. Critical Practice with Children and Young People (2nd ed). Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 91–108.

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Douglas, Jenny (2017). The struggle to find a voice on Black women's health: from the personal to the political. In: Gabriel, Deborah and Tate, Shirley Anne eds. Inside the Ivory Tower - Narratives of women of colour surviving and thriving in British academia. London: Trentham Books, pp. 91–107.

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Douglas, Jenny (1991). Black Women’s Health Matters. In: Roberts, Helen ed. Women’s Health Matters. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 33–46.

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Douglas, Jenny (1987). Food and diet in a multiracial society: Training in Health and Race, Project. Caribbean food and diet. Cambridge: National Extension College for Training in Health and Race.

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