To explore what American clergy are doing to support the vaccine effort, Rabbi Julie Schonfeld, the former CEO of the Conservative Jewish movement’s Rabbinical Assembly and now a master’s candidate at the City University of New York’s School of Public Health, is interviewing a series of faith leaders about their tradition’s views on public health and vaccination, and this vaccination effort.
Last week we interviewed Imam Mohamed Magid, a former president of the Islamic Society of North America.
We continue our series with the Rev. Jacques Andre DeGraff, associate pastor of the Canaan Baptist Church of Christ, a predominantly African American congregation in New York City, and chair of the Friends of Harlem Hospital.
Read and listen to this conversation with the Rev. Jacques Andre DeGraff on Religion News Service.