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Latino and Black Americans still face lowest vaccination rates, data reveals

AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN: VP Kamala Harris: “We have an historic opportunity to lift up one in three Black Americans and Latino Americans and to lift half of the children who live in poverty out of poverty.”

% of Americans who say they are unsure or will not take the covid vaccine White Republicans 56% Black 31% Hispanic/Latino 30% White Democrats 7% -Civiqs

Half of Black Americans and 40% of Latinos say they are counting on government relief, survey shows. 24% of Black and Latino respondents says they need it but don't think it will come to fruition.

Latino and Black Americans still face lowest vaccination rates, data reveals

Latino and Black Americans still face lowest vaccination rates, data reveals

Months into the rollout, White and Asian Americans are generally getting the #Covid19  vaccination quicker than Black and Latino Americans. @business ’ @angelicalavito  explains why “we’re seeing some people get left behind.” MORE:

Months into the rollout, White and Asian Americans are generally getting the #Covid19  vaccination quicker than Black and Latino Americans. @business ’ @angelicalavito  explains why “we’re seeing some people get left behind.” MORE:

Latino and Black Americans see lowest Covid vaccination rates, new data shows

Latino and Black Americans see lowest Covid vaccination rates, new data shows

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Raising the minimum wage is not just about economic justice – it is about racial justice. Nearly half of Black and Latino workers in America make under $15 an hour. We must end starvation wages, and give 32 million Americans a raise by increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

Black and Latino Americans are receiving the Covid-19 vaccine at significantly lower rates than White people — a disparity that health advocates blame on the federal government and hospitals not prioritizing equitable access.

Black and Latino Americans are receiving the Covid-19 vaccine at significantly lower rates than White people — a disparity that health advocates blame on the federal government and hospitals not prioritizing equitable access.

President Trump invited a group of Black and Latino Americans, communities disproportionately affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, to his speech. “To literally draw them into the White House, to a hot zone, is extraordinarily inept,” Dr. Jeremy Faust says.

Black and Latino Americans are 3x as likely to contract COVID-19 and more likely to die from it. The Biden-Harris administration is committed to controlling this virus and confronting these glaring racial health disparities.

Overall, 36% of Americans said "yes" when asked whether they'd taken action to better understand racial issues since George Floyd's killing.* Here's how that breaks down: White - 30% Latino - 51% Asian - 49% Black - 41% *a new NPR/Ipsos poll finds

More Black and Latino people are dying from coronavirus because air pollution is worse in their communities. That is unconscionable. It is not a radical idea that clean air and water should be the right of all Americans regardless of income and skin color.

Black and Latino Americans think President Trump’s actions have made things worse for people of color, new poll finds.

Trump LOVES Americans. ALL Americans. Black and Latino unemployment are the lowest in history. We ALL have dreams for our children, our families. One of the best lines of the speech: "because Americans are dreamers too."~President Trump #SOTU  #StateOfOurUnion  #MAGA 

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Black & Latino Americans are disproportionately hurt by our bail system. That’s one reason why @RandPaul  & I introduced a bail reform bill.

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