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A new short film takes a fresh look at an ugly period in American history, and showcases why the current vaccination push is so different."We have to bring something good from something that happened that was so evil," said the daughter of one Tuskegee study participant.

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Notorious Tuskegee study has lessons for COVID era, new film shows

Notorious Tuskegee study has lessons for COVID era, new film shows | abc7chicago.com

In 1932 and over 40 years, Black men in Tuskegee were subjected to experimentation without their knowledge.

Family members of men in Tuskegee experiment appear in COVID vaccine ads - al.com

Relatives of the Black men who were involved in the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study in 1932 are now collaborating with a national campaign to encourage the public to get the coronavirus vaccine.Relatives of the Black men who were involved in the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study in 1932 are now collaborating with a national campaign to encourage the public to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Tuskegee relatives join ad campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccinations | TheHill

Relatives of the Black men who were involved in the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study in 1932 are now collaborating with a national campaign to encourage the public to get the coronavirus vaccine.Relatives of the Black men who were involved in the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study in 1932 are now collaborating with a national campaign to encourage the public to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Tuskegee relatives join ad campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccinations | TheHill

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Tuskegee is the one-word answer some people give as a reason they’re avoiding COVID-19 vaccines. A new ad campaign launched Wednesday with relatives of men who unwittingly became part of the infamous experiment wants to change minds. Tuskegee is the one-word answer some people give as a reason they’re avoiding COVID-19 vaccines. A new ad campaign launched Wednesday with relatives of men who unwittingly became part of the infamous experiment wants to change minds.

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