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Black Americans are facing and battling “three pandemics.”

Jul 27 2021

Black Americans are facing and battling “three pandemics.” We recently told you how young people believe that racism in the U.S. is getting worse, and according to new data by the National Urban League, Black Americans are facing structural inequalities and have been left “more vulnerable” because of COVID. According to The New Normal: Diverse, Equitable & Inclusive report, Black people are “facing the burden of three pandemics,” which include racial inequity in health care, economics, and public safety. The survey highlights the over-policing of Black men, and according to the report, Black people are 6.5 times more likely to be stopped by police while driving and 20 times more likely to be searched during a stop than White people. Lower vaccination rates among the Black community are also a major issue, with fewer health care facilities and poor internet access key challenges. (CNN)