Race disparities in healthcare made clear by pandemic, vaccine fears

A black doctor who died of COVID-19 after complaining about her treatment in the hospital, Dr. Susan Moore, has sadly passed away amid growing vaccine fears among people of color, which stem from hundreds of years of medical racism. Jonathan Capehart and his panel discuss what the medical establishment can do to allay fears of getting the vaccine, and to ultimately resolve the issue of rampant racial healthcare disparities.