The Race Politics Associated With Wearing a Mask in Public to Combat COVID-19
GABRIEL R. SANCHEZ, EDWARD D. VARGAS, AND Melanie Sayuri Dominguez use panel and cross-section data from the National Panel Study of COVID-19 to explore racial and ethnic politics associated with mask wearing early in the pandemic. They find that racial and ethnic minorities were more likely to wear a mask despite significant percentages of these communities noting that they were conscious that wearing a mask may have led to unwanted attention from police and security at a time when fears of police violence were heightened.
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