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Ietef "DJ Cavem Moetavation" Vita plants seeds with daughter Libya LeaDonvita in the garden at their home outside Denver. Vita is among a growing list of Black gardening enthusiasts-turned-entrepreneurs across the country who've launched seed businesses during the pandemic-inspired gardening boom. Rachel Woolf for KHN hide caption

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Dialysis clinics are often located in areas that are underserved by other forms of health care. And many already vaccinate their patients against other illnesses. Bruno Maccanti Pescador/Getty Images hide caption

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At a Kedren Community Health Center vaccine clinic in South Central Los Angeles this month, 89-year-old Cecilia Onwytalu (center) signals she's more than ready to get her immunization against COVID-19. Apu Gomes/Getty Images hide caption

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Race Versus Time: Targeting Vaccine To The Most Vulnerable Is No Speedy Task

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Catherine Coleman Flowers is the founding director of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise. Michael Carson/The New Press hide caption

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'Waste' Activist Digs Into The Sanitation Crisis Affecting The Rural Poor

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In U.S. Cities, The Health Effects Of Past Housing Discrimination Are Plain To See

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