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In Antebellum New Orleans, Immunity From Yellow Fever Was A Form Of Privilege. Could That Happen Wit

Host Tonya Mosley talks to Stanford historian Kathryn Olivarius about how on top of race and class, immunity from yellow fever became a form of privilege in the South during the late 1800s. She says we must not let the same thing happen today with immunity from the coronavirus.

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