“Minority communities are battling two insidious infections in our country: the coronavirus, and racism,” writes Tamara Horn in an NJ.com op-ed. Horn, the director of community outreach for Rutgers’ Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, argues that fighting COVID-19 must include fighting racism and offers steps we can take—both now and when we return from social distancing. To read the full story.
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