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"jr summers" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"She's professor of anthropology, risk and decision science at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She says that people have four fundamental questions when it comes to getting shot. Found was four domains, confidence in the importance and the effectiveness in the safety and is a compatible with my it least. Religious or otherwise. Interestingly, you really look globally the data on comparing it to actual vaccine uptake perception of the importance of the vaccine is actually the strongest predictor of vaccine acceptance. Dr Larson says the populations that are most vulnerable to covet exposure or serious outcomes for the disease, including native latter necks and black people, and people with low incomes are also the most likely to experience vaccine hesitancy. Most widely held concern across the population is about the safety of this shot and its potential side effects thing. Same time. If people believe in the importance of the vaccine, they're much more willing to tolerate a bit of risk. Dr Reid Tucks in is a member of the Clinical Center Research board at the National Institutes of Health and the founder of the Black Coalition against Cove. It It's a group of community organizations and health care professionals who came to build trust for the vaccine among black and brown communities and inform people about the risks of catching and spreading cove in He said that the disease of distrust can be deadly. We have to realize that there is a larger context that has to be addressed distrust of health care researchers distrust of the system of clinical care and distrust of the health policy movement. Ah, lot of that was because of the Tuskegee syphilis study of which are everyone, I'm sure is well aware of the horrors of that experience, but those remained prominent and frustrated our ability To respond from a public health perspective to the HIV AIDS crisis in the black community is Number one. We must have grassroots community engagement. If we're going to fight these kinds of challenges, Government cannot do it alone at the federal, state or local level. It must be community based organizations, people from the community who can translate and transmit Science messages in their own vernacular in ways that can reach and cut cut through. Secondly, you must have trusted science and clinical care voices. There is a huge desire for the black community to hear from trusted voices trusted black positions, and scientists and funding is a very big part of it. Unfortunately, what we see too often is major white philanthropies and other organizations with which Government already has a pre existing funding mechanism. They get the dollars and what happens is that the African American community has been taxed with doing the work we do, but having to do it with very little resource is and people sort of taking those community based organizations for granted. Jackson says organizing efforts have begun to make headway and raising people's confidence in the vaccines. But, he says once people do decide to get vaccinated. Systemic inequality in the health care system leaves low income and communities of color, waiting the longest for their shot. Our polling tells us that we've gone from a couple of months ago. Where was 60%? No, I will not take the vaccine to now. Our polling is telling the status down to 30%. The 70% are saying I need more information and I'm ready to go. Black folks are not in the back teen hesitant issue the way that we thought we would be anymore. So it is not an excuse. But it is hard to get black folks to come take the vaccine, and this is a referendum on America's competence to execute on a very fundamental problem. I'm Jr Summers for KPFK. And you're listening to the evening news on K p F a Berkeley or KPFK in Los Angeles, KFC F Fresno Online at kpfk dot or G'kar thistles CAT Brooks I'm an actor,.
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"jr summers" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"The U. S must stop back and core regions will kill poor and innocent people Let Yemenis live. Well. Yemeni Islam. Yemen cannot wait, Wait. Yemen cannot want affection was endorsed by over 300 civil organizations in 17 countries. Groups are calling for the U. S to stop arming Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Store humanitarian aid, stripped away during the trump years, reverse designation of the hooches as a foreign terrorist organization and lift the economic blockade on Yemen from downtown San Francisco. I'm Jr Summers were KPFA news. During that Trump administration's final weeks, the Department of Homeland Security quietly signed agreements with at least four states that threatened to temporarily derail President Joe Biden's efforts to undo his predecessors. Immigration policies, officials in Arizona, Indiana, Louisiana and Texas. Say they are entitled to a 100 Day consultation period before any changes take effect. The Biden in this administration rejects that argument on grounds that immigration is solely the federal government's responsibility under the Constitution. First legal text test is in Texas or the Republican governor and attorney general are suing to stop the Democratic Presidents. 100 Day moratorium on deportations. Which took effect Friday. According to a congressional officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, the Homeland Security Department told lawmakers shortly before Biden's inauguration last week. That it had reached nine agreements, mostly was states, some with counties Trump Administration, usually eager to trumpet immigration enforcement state publicly quiet on the agreements, which were first reported by BUZZFEED News. The nine page agreement, known as Sanctuary for Americans, first enactment or safe, are expansive. They require that state and local governments get 100 and 80 days to comment on changes. In the number of immigration agents and the number of people released from immigration custody. A swell is enforcement priorities, asylum criteria and who qualifies for legal status. The first in the nation bill and the California Legislature would limit medically unnecessary surgeries on intersects Children. Babies born with an urn on ical differences in their genitalia. Sand Potter reports Senate bill to 25 would require parents to wait until the child is six years old to have surgeries that would, for example, reduce ACL interest, move a working urinary opening or create a vagina. State Senator Scott winner who wrote the bill says these types of surgeries can cause chronic pain, scarring or worse. The surgery's can have significant side effects like permanent sterilization or loss of sexual sensation and the wrong gender can be assigned. Opponents of the bill say government should not play a role in these types of decisions by parents and doctors. Supporters say a six year delay gives parents time to get to know their child before taking this type of action. Hans Linda with interact a group that advocates for intersects Youth says no one is expecting a six year old to make a decision but rather to be old enough to have some input. What we're looking for is time for families and doctors to really understand some of the risks of these procedures, and at that point, it usually will become clear in what direction a child's gender identity is shaping up. Shannon Wilbert, youth policy director at the National Center for Lesbian Rights, says These types of surgeries are a throwback to other practices that Are now widely condemned, like conversion therapy or surgeries aren't people with disabilities hopefully will begin to educate the public about this so that folks with natural anatomical variations will not be viewed as deviance in some way or something that needs to be corrected, but just part of natural variations in human body. A similar bill failed in committee last year. Republic News Service. I'm Suzanne Potter. Former Trump administration spokesperson Sarah Huckabee, Sanders announced today. She's running for Governor of Arkansas, vying for political office, even as the former president's legacy is clouded by an impeachment charge that he incited the deadly siege of the U. S. Capitol, Sanders says. She's the last line of defense against what she called the radical left in charge of Washington. She's the daughter of former governor Mike Huckabee, and had been expected to seek the governorship since. Leaving the White House. The.