“Fifty-two percent of all positive cases were African-Americans, according to Milwaukee Health Commissioner Dr. Jeanette Kowalik.<br><br>A map of all cases in Milwaukee County shows a large cluster of cases on the city’s northwest side, in predominantly African-American neighborhoods.”<br><br>Why? Environmental racism. You know, redlining and forcing us to live in lead, asbestos and radiation infested communities when not spraying our neighborhoods with chemicles. Combined with the stresses of being black, especially a black male in the US.

“Fifty-two percent of all positive cases were African-Americans, according to Milwaukee Health Commissioner Dr. Jeanette Kowalik.

A map of all cases in Milwaukee County shows a large cluster of cases on the city’s northwest side, in predominantly African-American neighborhoods.”

Why? Environmental racism. You know, redlining and forcing us to live in lead, asbestos and radiation infested communities when not spraying our neighborhoods with chemicles. Combined with the stresses of being black, especially a black male in the US.

Coronavirus disproportionately affecting Milwaukee’s African-American community

The coronavirus is disproportionately affecting Milwaukee’s African-American community, city leaders said Wednesday.

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