COVID-19 Vaccines: A Community Town Hall

The first wave of approved COVID-19 vaccines is reaching our front-line health care providers the week of December 14th. You had questions, so we provided direct access to Tulane experts working on and knowledgeable about the latest research, treatments, and vaccine developments. Watch the full event right here. PANEL: Lee Hamm, MD; Senior VP and […]

Tulane, Xavier work to address COVID-19 misperceptions in minority communities.

In August, Xavier University President Reynold Verret rolled up his sleeve and got a shot as part of a clinical trial for coronavirus vaccines. The president of the historically Black school thought it was important to partake in vaccine trials, which are notoriously bereft of people of color. Along with the Dillard University President Walter […]

The Skin You’re In Campaign

The COVID and Black America campaign is working alongside the Louisiana Covid-19 Health Equity Task Force to raise awareness and dispel myths around Covid-19 in the Greater New Orleans area. Learn more from Dr. Thomas LaVeist. To Get Involved Go To:

Beyond the White Coat: a podcast by the Association of American Medical Colleges

“Racial Health Disparities: How COVID-19 Magnified a Public Health Emergency” Season 1, Episode 7 | June 24, 2020  Listen as Malika Fair, MD, MPH explains why it is important to address persistent health disparities, particularly given the toll of Covid-19 in Black communities.  Link: