Members of Black communities across the U.S. have disproportionately fallen sick or died from the virus, so some church leaders are using their influence and trusted reputations to fight back and are encouraging vaccinations.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Every Sunday at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. Joseph Jackson Jr. praises the Lord before his congregation. But since last fall he’s been praising something else his Black community needs: the COVID-19 vaccine.
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RIP. Happy to hear it its the church... what could go wrong....... Where the hell is Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Bakari Sellers? Why aren't they holding rallies and press conferences encouraging Black folks to get vaccinated? They are front & center at the podium for a Photo-Op at a controversial BLM protest.
Ya leyeron los FauciEmails? Toda la pandemia es una farza
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