- Jan 2022
Crane, M., & University, T. O. S. (n.d.). Vaccine hesitance dropped faster among Blacks, study finds. Retrieved January 24, 2022, from https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-01-vaccine-hesitance-faster-blacks.html
- institutionalized racism
- vaccination rate
- vaccine hesitancy
- Black community
- Black American
- health care
- Jan 2021
Which might explain why, for people dedicated to fighting racism, simply saying you're "not racist" doesn't feel like quite enough. To effectively defeat systemic racism — racism embedded as normal practice in institutions like education and law enforcement — you've got to be continually working towards equality for all races, striving to undo racism in your mind, your personal environment and the wider world.
Perhaps a better framing is to not look at things from such a broad perspective, but to focus in on the smaller and more specific?
Racism is a big forest, but to really see and fix it we need to look at individual racist idea hills and plains and specific racist policy trees, plants, and shrubs.