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A movie released online by Children's Health Defense, an anti-vaccine group headed by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., resurfaces disproven claims about the dangers of vaccines and targets its messages at Black Americans who may have ongoing concerns about racism in medical care. Iryna Veklich/Getty Images hide caption

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An Anti-Vaccine Film Targeted To Black Americans Spreads False Information

A recent movie produced by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s anti-vaccine group tries to capitalize on the COVID-19 pandemic, the racial justice movement and renewed interest in the history of medical racism.

A movie released online by Children's Health Defense, an anti-vaccine group headed by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., resurfaces disproven claims about the dangers of vaccines and targets its messages at Black Americans who may have ongoing concerns about racism in medical care. Iryna Veklich/Getty Images hide caption

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An Anti-Vaccine Film Targeted To Black Americans Spreads False Information

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Illinois would only be the second state, behind Texas over 25 years ago, to repeal laws that criminalize HIV exposure put in place across the country in the late 1980s and early '90s. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Illinois Looks To Become The First State In 27 Years To Repeal HIV Exposure Laws

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