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The Black People Who Don’t Want to Get Vaccinated Make a Valid Point

Both sides of the vaccine debacle make valid criticisms.

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I watched yet another “interesting” panel concerning black people and the hesitancy to get the COVID vaccine. After taking a Medical Sociology course and letting my opinions on this simmer, I have a new perspective on it.




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