COVID-19 vaccines and Chicago’s African American/Black Community: Challenges and Helpful Information

Be part of the conversation with our event moderator Teresa Jones, Associate State Director of AARP Illinois, and special guests.

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Join AARP and the Chicago Sun-Times for a conversation on COVID-19 vaccines and Chicago’s African American/Black community.

Learn more about the current COVID-19 vaccine challenges facing Chicago’s African American/ Black community and discover helpful information regarding the pandemic.

Be part of the conversation with our event moderator Teresa Jones, Associate State Director of AARP Illinois, and special guests:

  • Dr. Garth Walker, Deputy Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health
  • Co. Dr. Damon Arnold, Director of Public Health Graduate Programs at Chicago State University
  • Dr. Derek Robinson, Vice President & Chief Medical Officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois

Join us online on Thursday, May 6 at noon for this dynamic discussion.

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COVID-19 vaccines and Chicago’s African American/Black Community: Challenges and Helpful Information
Be part of the conversation with our event moderator Teresa Jones, Associate State Director of AARP Illinois, and special guests.

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