Dr. Fauci, State Health Leaders Talk Medical Racism, Vaccine Disparity at Tougaloo College
Dr. Anthony Fauci joined state public-health leadership at Tougaloo College today to address America’s history of medical racism and the barriers to equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution. The medical experts spoke in turn over Zoom, with Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases and top coronavirus adviser to President Joe Biden, leading the event with a candid commentary on the medical establishment’s historical treatment of Black Americans.
‘I Know You Know Better’: A Clarion Call to Environmental Consciousness
Unresolved inequity is revealed when Black communities are hit first and hardest from hurricanes and floods yet are given inadequate resources to repair before the next storm, Heather McTeer Toney writes.
An Epidemiologist Explains Why You Shouldn’t Eat Out for Valentine’s Day
COVID-19 restrictions on indoor dining are some of the hardest to swallow, but dining indoors remains a high-risk activity.