A Look Into Black History Month

 
In this episode, Diverse Executive Editor David Pluviose gives us a rundown of the hottest topics in the latest BLACK HISTORY MONTH edition. Join us as we explore the source of government mistrust that runs through the Black community. We will be peering into the heart of that divide as well as the debates over the safety of vaccinations, the momentum of the #BLM movement, COVID’s disproportionate impact on African Americans, and HBCU COVID research. You will also learn about our upcoming Black Lives Matter edition as David gives us a sneak peek into the highlights from that release.

 

KEY POINTS / MAIN TAKEAWAYS:

  • Highlights of the Black History Month edition.
  • The source of mistrust in government authorities among African American communities.
  • Examining the divide on vaccination among African Americans.
  • Upcoming edition: The Black Lives Matter Movement.

 
QUOTABLES:
 
“There’s a lot of news in the African American community that is sobering and serious, but there’s a lot to celebrate — from the election of Kamala Harris to a poem that was recited at the inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.”
 
PRODUCTS / RESOURCES MENTIONED:
 
Read the Black History Month edition here: https://editions.mydigitalpublication.com/publication/?m=60703&i=692109&p=1

Read the Black Lives Matter edition here: https://editions.mydigitalpublication.com/publication/?m=60703&l=1

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