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Jenifer Lewis fights against COVID-19 misinformation
The black-ish costar partnered with Truth Check to combat vaccine misinformation online.
Award-winning actress, activist and black-ish star Jenifer Lewis is tired of the misinformation being directed toward the Black community. “The African-American community is being targeted,” Lewis told theGrio. “And it’s more important than ever that we know how to differentiate what’s fake from what’s fact.” To combat this targeted misinformation, Lewis has joined forces with Truth Check, an initiative led by The Center for Black Health & Equity, to provide African Americans with social media literacy training in hopes of helping users bring their fact-checking skills to determine the accuracy of information they receive about the COVID-19 vaccines.
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