Many Black Americans Aren’t Rushing To Get the Covid-19 Vaccine — A Long History of Medical Abuse Suggests Why
Black people are acutely aware of the history of racism in the medical establishment, and the ways it persists today
People Over 75 Are First in Line to Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19. The Average Black Person Here Doesn’t Live That Long.
Prioritizing by age might seem like an obvious choice, but it ignores the fact that a smaller share of Black people reach the age of 75 than white people.
HealthyWomen spoke with Sabra Klein, Ph.D., a professor who studies the immune system, about how vaccines work, why it's important to get all doses of a vaccine, herd immunity and more
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Racialized perceptions related to masks have put an additional burden on groups that already experience racism and inequality.