ONN – Oakland Mayor’s COVID-19 Racial Disparities Task Force Public Hearing
Last night, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf hosted a “racial disparities town hall virtual meeting” to focus on the racial divide that have emerged as The Worldwide Pandemic has hit Oakland.
Mayor Schaaf opened the meeting with this statement: “All right! Good evening in Oakland, and welcome to is not one of our normal Town Halls. I know updates about the COVID-19 situation in Oakland and everywhere, but tonight you are gonna be treated to a very important pub hearing, the first public hear of the COVID-19 Racial Disparities Task Force. And we are joined tonight by Colleen Chihuahua and many other distinguished guests who will not only give you an update of detail about what communities are being the most impacted, and what the your elected officials and other community leaders are doing about that. We established in Oakland the COVID-19 Racial Disparities Task Force in recognition that we have a history founded on genocide of our native folk and on slavery by race have an impact on health outcomes for everyone. And that this is an opportunity to not only respond in real-time to ensure that these racial disparities do not continue to produce huge numbers of deaths and disproportionate impact of COVID-19.”
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