Looking for ways to combat fears, doubts and access issues regarding the Covid-19 vaccines?

By Karyne Jones. This article originally appeared on the National Caucus and Center on Black Aging (NCBA)’s website.

Greetings!

Rather than a live webinar, NCBA has developed a  recorded webinar for you to view at your convenience to help in your outreach to older African Americans in your community who are still wary about the Covid-19 vaccines or have trouble accessing services.  The webinar runs less than 20 minutes.

Not only does this video include practical suggestions and “lessons learned” about organizations seeking to educate their members and facilitate vaccinations, but it also includes a Tool Kit with an infographic, tip sheet, a brief informational video that addresses myths and facts about the vaccines, and appointment cards to help recipients.... Read More

             

What’s Pride Got to Do with it? Black and Indigenous Erasure in HIV and Public Health

Andrew Jolivette, PhD, calls on the queer community to truly center Black and Indigenous queer, trans and Two-Spirit people in solidarity and kinship.

By Andrew Jolivette, PhD. This article originally appeared on the San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s BETA Blog.

When I was in my early twenties I never thought much about the linkages between my racial/ethnic identities and my sexuality as a gay man of color. I had many experiences within the gay community of San Francisco where I grew up. The neighborhood (Bayview/Hunters Point) where I came of age was predominantly African.... Read More