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News article describing how values shaped vaccination efforts on the Muckleshoot Reservation. From The Seattle Times.

News article that interviews tribal members in many states. Discusses vaccination strategies and programs. From USA Today.

A national survey of Native American populations. Identifies sources of concern and hesitancy as well as successful strategies. From the Urban Indian Health Institute.

News article describing vaccination initiatives by several Native American tribes, including the Cherokee Nation and the Navajo Nation. From CNN.

A set of tips on how to effectively communicate about Covid-19. From the Public Health Institute's Berkeley Media Studies Group.

Updated results to a national U.S. survey. Focuses on racial and ethnic disparities with Covid-19. From the Kaiser Family Foundation.

This study explores narratives of trust in the U.S. healthcare system. Includes White and African American adults. Published in Social Science and Medicine.

An advocacy community highlights Covid-19 risks and concerns of people with disabilities. From ANCOR.

Study documenting Covid-19 vulnerabilities among gender minority populations. It also discusses sources of vaccine hesitancy. Available at MDPI.

This video features actor Tyler Perry discussing the Covid-19 vaccine with a variety of experts. They address concerns among the African-American community.

This article explores a variety of racial and ethnic concerns about vaccination. From Wired magazine.

Results from a large, national survey of Black Americans’ showing heightened concerns about Covid-19. From the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. It also provides links to the survey questions and methods.

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