Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont signed Public Act 19-12, last year which is a better understanding of the African-American, Black, Puerto Rican, and Latino contributions to United States history, society, economy, and culture.
A 91-year-old Ohio man was rushed to the hospital after he accidentally received two COVID vaccines in one day
Alaska on Tuesday became the first state in the nation to make COVID-19 vaccinations available to anyone over the age of 16 who lives or works in the state.
State health officials have promised that historically marginalized and underserved populations in metro counties, however there is a lower vaccination rate upon Black and Latinx population.
Indigenous community leaders are working with health centers to make sure their communities get vaccinated and create dialogues of trust upon vaccine.
Dr. Susan Moore spoke upon the constant discrimination among Black patients and accused a white doctor who downplayed her Covid-19 symptoms and pain.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine emergency authorization for people 18 and older in the United States in December and produce up to 1 billion doses.
Black and Latino Americans have some distrust to COVID vaccine due to racial and historical scientific experiments upon their communities.
Pandemic has created a particular challenge to Asian and Pacific Islander American Candidates due to surge of racist comments and attitudes.
Public health experts talk about the intersectionality of poverty, racism, and COVID-19 as a public health crisis.
Children of color are disproportionately affected by Covid-19 compared to white children due to their family members who are frontline workers.
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After years of protesting, Indigenous communities urge professional sports teams to stop using Native American names and imagery as team names and mascots. Just recently, the MLS Cleveland team decided to change its name and mascot.
Super Bowl ads will prominently feature social and racial justice issues such as Black Lives Matter and other approaches to combat racism.
Five NBA players met with Pope Francis at the Vatican to discuss social justice issues following a season where combating racial inequality and Black Lives Matter.