The 30-minute one-act play features a black 16-year-old who was fatally shot by a white police officer.
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Who is eligible to get the vaccine right now? Where is it administered? Is it free? Here's what Illinois' COVID-19 vaccine rollout means.
The COVID-19 pandemic further complicates a global fight to end female genital cutting.
Test-tube studies suggest the South African coronavirus variant might be able to escape antibodies roused by vaccines.
Moderna plans to start development of booster shots tailored to B.1.351 and other variants of COVID-19. Other vaccinemakers are also contemplating updates.
In northern Kenya, researchers are working to prevent a dangerous coronavirus – Mers – from jumping from camels to humans again. But climate change is making their job more difficult.
Targeting racist thoughts when they’re still schoolyard taunts has been the strategy in Germany for combating far-right extremism.
The pandemic is disproportionately affecting the Latinx community — including survivors of assault.
Regeneron revealed that when it gave an antibody cocktail to 186 people living with someone who had COVID-19, none developed symptomatic disease.
Among Chicagoans who have gotten coronavirus vaccines, just 17% are Latino and 15% are Black, according to estimates released by the city’s Department of Public Health.
The collapse of small farms has been changing the landscape of Wisconsin.