As the U.S. continues to fight COVID-19, vaccines have become the most efficient way of curbing the virus, but a hesitancy in Americans to get vaccinated threatens to delay the process.
As Sydney Hall participates in an experimental coronavirus vaccine trial in hopes of protecting her beloved New Orleans community, she and her loved ones explore the fraught relationship between African Americans and the medical industry, confronting the history of medical abuse and experimentation on Black bodies.
Since March 2020, COVID-19 has shaken the globe.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans were diagnosed with the novel coronavirus; now, millions have received doses of COVID-19 vaccinations throughout the country.
As we continue toward healing and a new normal, the memories of all those lost are still with us. The road toward recovery is, in part, about remembering the struggles we overcame and appreciating the progress we have yet to make. WORLD's stories of loss, strength and resilience alike remind us of how unity helps us move forward after periods of instability.
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