Black Men In Kansas City Are Thinking Twice About Wearing Protective Masks In Public
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend everyone wear protective face masks in public, but black men in particular are worried about being seen a a threat.
In parts of the country, black men wearing masks to protect themselves against the coronavirus have been asked to remove the face coverings or leave the stores. A local father related what goes through his mind before deciding whether or not to don a mask.
- Cecil Wattree, founder of the Kansas City Black Mental Health Initiative