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Healing from Hesitancy: Discussing Vaccines and other healthcare concerns in the Black Community
To improve the overall health and wellness of Black and Brown communities, we must first ensure they feel safe and confident in the healthcare they receive from healthcare providers and physicians broadly. A history of mistreatment of Black and Brown communities has led to an increase in vaccine hesitancy, distrust of the system, and various other concerns that compound current disparities in healthcare

Join us on April 19th, 2021 for a conversation about vaccine hesitancy in our community. We're bringing the historical and political perspective of harm to Black and Brown communities and combining it with expertise from the medical industry.

Moderated by:
Dr. Khalilah L. Brown-Dean
Host of Disrupted on Connecticut Public Radio 

Speakers:
Dr. Gary Desir
Chief, Internal Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital

N. Chineye Anako, MPH, CHES
Regional Director, Diversity and Inclusion
Regional Program Administrator
Trinity Health Of New England

Dr. Fred Mckinney
Highsmith Chair, innovation and Entrepreneurship
Quinnipiac University School of Business

Hosted on Zoom, streaming live on Facebook.

Apr 19, 2021 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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