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Covid-19 And The Vaccine: Dispelling The Myths
Please join MusiCares during Black History Month with a dynamic panel of powerhouse artists, music industry professionals and medical expert in the discussion of dispelling the myths regarding Covid-19 and the vaccine.

Moderator: Jeriel Johnson, Executive Director of the Washington, DC Chapter of the Recording Academy currently oversees Academy Membership and Industry Relations for DC, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Jeriel is also the Executive Sponsor of the Recording Academy Black Music Collective.

Panelists include:
Medical expert - Dr. Garrick Baskerville is a board-certified Family Medicine physician and the Founder of METSI Care - an affordable, Direct Primary Care (DPC) subscription-based doctor’s office with a focus on serving art, music, entertainment, and service industry professionals without the need to have insurance. As a creative himself, he is dedicated to improving the medical care amongst the creative community across the country.

Artist/Singer/Songwriter/Rapper - Maimouna Youssef aka Mumu Fresh is an artist that any fan of gospel, jazz, soul and hip-hop needs to know. Mumu is a singer, songwriter and emcee, often playing a supporting vocalist role for The Roots, Erykah Badu, Common and many other big names in music.

Since 1985, DJ Jazzy Jeff has wowed us with his flawless turntable skills, innovative production and musical versatility. With the success of DJ Jazzy Jeff &the Fresh Prince, his acclaimed production company
A Touch of Jazz, a DMC Championship
and multiple GRAMMY and American Music Awards wins and nominations, DJ Jazzy Jeff proves time and again that he’ll always be a force to be reckoned with.

Feb 24, 2021 04:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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