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How California’s Rocky Vaccine Rollout Has Left Out Latinos

LPPI Founding Director Sonja Diaz joined KQED Public Radio to discuss the challenges Latinos and other vulnerable Californians face in accessing vaccines

“Los Angeles and California have had an outsized share of COVID-19 infections and mortality, and this has fallen on the shoulders of Latino households for one reason in particular: they are working to keep Americans safe…and they’re frankly not getting what they need because of systematic failures and policymaking that unfortunately doesn’t take into account demographics and geography.”