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Arlington Coalition of Black Clergy is a partner with the Complete Vaccination Committee. We
strongly encourage all members of our faith communities to get the vaccination.

Vaccination Information for Virginians

  • Find your eligibility phase in English and Spanish.
    Please list your race/ethnicity when you sign up for your vaccine and on the day of your appointment. We ask because this helps to ensure fair and equitable vaccine access and distribution to all Virginians.

Asegúrese de incluir su raza y etnicidad cuando se registre para recibir la vacuna de COVID19 o el día de su vacuna. Su información ayudara a mantener acceso y distribución equitativa de la vacuna de COVID 19 a todas las comunidades en Virginia.

  • Virginia’s vaccine priority groups.
  • Frequently asked questions for Virginia’s vaccine plan.
  • Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccine timeline.
  • Information for the general public, health care professionals, and the media.
  • Call the VDH hotline 877-ASK-VDH3 (877-275-8343). Language translation services available.
  • Si usted tiene alguna pregunta llámenos al 877-275-8343.

Letter by Arlington Coalition of Black Clergy to Arlington County Leadership
http://www.callowaychurch.org/uploads/2/9/8/7/29872793/arlington_black_pastors_statement_final_v2.pdf

Book of the Month – April 2021

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness is a book by Michelle Alexander, a civil rights litigator and legal scholar. The book discusses race-related issues specific to African-American males and mass incarceration in the United States, but Alexander noted that the discrimination faced by African-American males is prevalent among other minorities and socio-economically disadvantaged populations. Alexander’s central premise, from which the book derives its title, is that “mass incarceration is, metaphorically, the New Jim Crow“.[1]

Article of The Month

“To Understand America, You Need to Understand the Black Church”

Link: https://time.com/5939921/henry-lous-gates-american-history-black-church/