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How to improve vaccine uptake among ethnic minorities

COVID vaccines protect people from severe illness and death, but in the UK, they’re not doing so evenly. While overall uptake of COVID vaccines in Britain is high, it isn’t uniform across all ethnic groups. At the beginning of December, 90% of all white people aged 50-54 had been vaccinated …

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Biden nominates Bangladeshi-American Muslim woman to federal bench in historic first

A civil rights lawyer is on the verge of becoming the first Bangladeshi American and just the second Muslim to ever serve as a federal judge after US President Joe Biden on Wednesday nominated her for the Eastern District of New York. If confirmed Nusrat Choudhury would also become the …

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Facebook delaying publishing report on India human rights review

Critics of Facebook have called on the world’s largest social network to release a human rights impact assessment it commissioned in 2020 to investigate hate speech on its platforms in India. The social media company, which is now called Meta faces increasing scrutiny over its handling of abuses on its …

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