All of this information comes from credible and expert scientific sources.

Advice for decision-makers drawing on findings from social and behavioral science. From the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine

A summary of the race/ethnicity of trial participants for each US-approved vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson / Janssen). Also identifies mechanisms, effects and clinical trial results. From the CDC.

This webpage provides the latest fact sheets on the Pfizer-BioNtech Covid-19 vaccine authorized for use in children. From the FDA.

Medical experts review the scientific evidence around the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. From the CDC.

Medical experts review the scientific evidence around the Moderna vaccine. From the CDC.

Medical experts review the scientific evidence around the Johnson & Johnson / Janssen vaccine. From the CDC.

This brief examines racial equity in medical research and in Covid-19 vaccine development. From the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Behavioral research tips for increasing vaccine confidence through conversations. From the National Institutes of Health.

This article highlights the importance of broad representation in clinical trials. It also describes how Covid-19 vaccine researchers recruited minorities. From the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Advice on encouraging vaccination across diverse populations. Includes toolkits and videos for Black and Hispanic communities. From the Ad Council/Covid Collective.

News article on using community leaders in immigrant and refugee communities to address vaccine skepticism. From the Sahan Journal.



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