Child Vaccinations Drop During Pandemic; Violence As Form Of ProtestPlay
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting in a dip in the number of children who are getting routine vaccines during the pandemic, and there's concern about what this could mean for public health. Also, some have argued that violence has no place in the struggle for social change. Historian and author Kellie Carter Jackson says violence has long been a part of the movement for racial justice. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's June 11, 2020, full broadcast. You can find more at hereandnow.org — and follow us on Twitter, Instagram or join the conversation on Facebook.
This program aired on June 11, 2020.