Rep. Lee On Tackling Vaccine Skepticism Among Minorities | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC

Representative Barbara Lee (D-CA) joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the historic reasons behind the skepticism within minority communities regarding medical institutions and the COVID-19 vaccine. Rep. Lee discusses the lack of a public campaign around the vaccine. "The administration is not doing a thing to address racism in the public health system, and helping us target resources to medically under served black and brown communities which have been disproportionately hit by this deadly virus.” Aired on 12/14/2020.
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