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Vaccine Hesitancy and Medical Mistreatment in Communities of Color
This week on The Chamberlain Care Podcast we are joined by Dr. Gil Singletary for an important conversation about vaccine hesitancy in communities of color. Covering some of the many historical instances of medical mistreatment in these minority communities, Dr. Singletary helps us shed light on why, Black men specifically, are skeptical about the COVID-19 vaccines that are now becoming available.
- Trusted Messengers, Trusted Messages': How to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy (NPR, 12.24.20)
- The Fight to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy Among African Americans (The Financial Times, 2.24.21)
- 40 Years of Human Experimentation in America: The Tuskegee Study (McGill, 2019)
- The North Carolina Eugenics Program (American Review of Political Economy, 2019)
- What We Know About the Allegations of Forced Hysterectomies at an ICE Facility (Rolling Stone, 9.18.2020)
The Chamberlain Care Podcast will be back in two weeks with an interview with Nicole Ricchini, Nicole is the first student to graduate with the master of social work graduate degree from Chamberlain University's College of Health Professions. It's a conversation you won't want to miss.
By Kate Rice
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