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Originally published on Stanford Social Innovation Review. Click through to read full article.


COVID-19 has exposed profound and perpetual inequities in our society. The impacts of systemic racism on the social determinants of health and health-care access put many racial and ethnic groups at a higher risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19. As vaccines and boosters become available, myriad impediments, including lack of access and trust, lead to lower vaccination rates among communities of color. To defeat the pandemic, society can no longer ignore these problems.


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