SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Community Coalition on Race and the Village of South Orange will host a conversation by community health experts, physicians, and those who have received vaccinations in order to build COVID-19 vaccine confidence among vaccine-hesitant people in South Orange and Maplewood. 

The Sunday, Feb. 28 event features a panel of Black medical professionals discussing COVID-19 vaccines. The panel will be introduced by historian, author, and Professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard University, Khalil Gibran Muhammad. The panel discussion will be followed by a live Q&A between panelists and participants.

No pre-registration is required:

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