The Equity-First Vaccination Initiative aims to reduce racial/ethnic disparities in U.S. coronavirus vaccination rates. Five demonstration sites are using hyper-local, community-led strategies to increase vaccine confidence and access.
Jan 28, 2022
The Equity-First Vaccination Initiative aims to reduce racial/ethnic disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates in the United States. Five demonstration sites are using hyper-local, community-led strategies to increase vaccine confidence and access.
Dec 20, 2021
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Asian Americans have faced a wave of anti-Asian racism and hate incidents. The authors assess knowledge gaps around such racism and associated acts of violence and propose possible solutions to address it.
Nov 30, 2021
Black Americans Cite Low Vaccine Confidence, Mistrust, and Limited Access as Barriers to COVID-19 Vaccination
To identify approaches to increase vaccine confidence and uptake among Black Americans, RAND Corporation researchers conducted a national survey with 207 Black participants in November 2020.
Aug 6, 2021
This event, "Vaccine Confidence and Black Communities: Where do we go from here?", aimed to share lessons learned about COVID-19 vaccine messaging and access in order to reduce inequities.
Jul 2, 2021
High mistrust among Black Americans around COVID-19 vaccines may lower vaccine confidence.
Jul 2, 2021
Recent polls show that Black Americans are less willing than Americans of other races or ethnicities to be vaccinated for COVID-19. RAND researchers surveyed Black Americans to better understand the drivers of such hesitancy.
Mar 1, 2021