Akilah Johnson

Washington Post health care reporter

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“It's a very particular type of stress that stems from being Black and being Black men in America. We're all under stress in the pandemic.

How racism-related stress makes young Black men more vulnerable to COVID

“It's a very particular type of stress that stems from being Black and being Black men in America. We're all under stress in the pandemic.

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