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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2021

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THE PODCAST

MAY 27, 2021

From 6 PM - 8 PM

PAST CONVERSATIONS

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WHAT IS IN THE VACCINE??

THEY HAVEN'T HAD TIME TO TEST FOR SIDE EFFECTS. WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT??

IS IT ONE SIZE FITS ALL?

How do they know what dosage is right for me?

WHAT ARE THE DOSAGES?

CAN THEY FORCE ME TO TAKE IT?

WHAT ABOUT MY BLOOD TYPE?

“Just the Facts:  You Decide”

The Covid Vaccine and the African American Community

African Americans have a long history of skepticism and mistrust of the medical and health care industry.  From the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, The John Hopkins medical invasion of Henrietta Lacks to the recent Coronavirsus Epidemic, African Americans have become increasingly more concerned with trusting the US Medical Industry in its entirety.

As Advocates in the area of healthcare reform and equity for multicultural communities, MACC has assembled a national panel of African American doctors for this urgent conversation.  The January MACC Cultural Conversation will focus on the growing concern and resistance within the African American community to the vaccine.  

PRESENTERS

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January 2021  Conversation & Panelist

COVID Vaccine & the African American Community

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 FREDERIC

 BERTLEY, Ph.D

President, CEO COSI

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DR MYSHEIKA ROBERTS

Health Commissioner,

City of Columbus

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DR. KARIN SHAW WURAPA

Family, Lifestyle, and Preventive Medicine Physician, Public Health Policy Specialist

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Moderator

TRACY MAXWELL HEARD

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,

MACC, INC.

“MACC has assembled a national panel of African American doctors for this urgent conversation focusing on the concern and resistance within the African American community to the vaccine.

We will begin with a historical reflection explaining why African Americans have such a mistrust toward the healthcare system and then ask and answer all the questions on the table around the vaccine."