Saturday, March 13, 2021

Your Community? Community Coping With COVID-19: Role of the Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition, Thu, Mar 18, 2021 at 2:30 PM

Boston has taken a lead.  Chicago, D.C., New Orleans, San Francisco, Oakland, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, Toronto (CA), Caribbean, other vulnerable communities lead your communities to address not just the current COVID-19 crisis but disasters, emergencies, climate change, and future crisis that affect your community, your culture, your heritage.
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The Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition (BBCC) and
Center for Community Health Education Research and Service (CCERS)
Community Coping With COVID-19: Role of the Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition Tickets, Thu, Mar 18, 2021 at 2:30 PM | Eventbrite


This panel will feature discussions on equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines and treatments with the Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition

About this Event

CCHERS will conclude our series on Race, Racism, and Research: COVID-19 in Medical Mecca with a fifth session featuring discussions about community equity with the Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition. Our panelists will discuss topics such as the COVID-19 vaccine rollout; vaccine distrust and hesitancy among communities of color; as well as solutions that will help to ensure equitable access and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and resources.

The session will be moderated by Sen. Dianne Wilkerson, a former MA Senator and Co-Founder of the Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition, and features:

  • Priscilla Flint Banks - Vice President and Co-Founder of Black Economic Justice Institute
  • Marty Martinez - City of Boston's Chief of the Health and Human Services
  • Cassandra M. Pierre, MD, MPH, MSc - Assistant Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine, Medical Director of Public Health Programs and Acting Hospital Epidemiologist at Boston Medical Center


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