Black Coalition Against COVID 19's Love Letter to Black America

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Black Coalition Against COVID 19's Love Letter to Black America

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This twitter post was featured on the Black Coalition Against COVID 19's twitter page. The video is a "Love Letter" to the United States black community and offers an affirming and reassuring statement of the African American medical and research community's commitment to the health, protection, and quote "survival" of their ethnicity. The video affirms that black medical staff will continue to fight for equality in healthcare while encouraging the black community to continue wearing masks, social distancing, avoiding holiday gatherings, and to participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials. The video is an uplifting example of the Black community's efforts to show their people that they will be heard, valued, protected and will overcome the virus.

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This item was submitted on February 26, 2021 by Kayla Phillips using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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