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Should Oprah Reconsider Her Support for Vaccines?

A guest editorial by African American researcher, Curtis Cost, who has been writing about and giving lectures on the dangers and ineffectiveness of vaccines for nearly 30 years. “I was completely shocked when Oprah Winfrey announced her tour promoting health and vaccines! How can she be unaware?”

Robert F. Kennedy: Speaks About Covid-19 / Vaccines And More

On June 8, CHD’s Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. joined Curtis Cost on Sa Neter TV to discuss Covid-19, vaccines and more.  Sa Neter Studio has been recognized as one of the leading YouTube sites for educational and current events.   

CHD’s 5G & Wireless Harms Project: Monthly Summary, April 2020

The April 2020 update chronicles CHD’s legal and educational efforts to stop 5G and wireless harms.

Discussion: African Americans are Disproportionately Affected by Vaccines

Check out this thought provoking discussion on how African Americans are disproportionately affected by vaccines leading to autoimmune conditions such as lupus and asthma. Panelists Curtis Cost, Sunayya Simon, Sister Battle and Frank Garry provide enlightening information on a little-investigated topic.  

The Gilchrist Experience Discussion of the Harlem Vaccine Forum

CHD Vice-Chairman and General Counsel, Mary Holland, and Curtis Cost, author of “Vaccines are Dangerous” and planner of the Harlem Vaccine Forum, discuss what happened at Harlem’s Riverside Church on October 19th, the nationwide censorship of the vaccine safety issue, the exploding childhood vaccine schedule and the repercussions of New York mandates on the Gilchrist […]

Harlem Children’s Health Forum

HARLEM VACCINE FORUM Saturday, October 19th, 1:00- 3:30 p.m. Assembly Hall at Riverside Church 91 Claremont Avenue, New York, NY The Harlem Vaccine Forum is still on! Assembly Hall at Riverside Church is a lovely venue and convenient to public transportation. CHD is delighted to host this event! Compulsory vaccination raises critical human rights issues, including […]

Entries for the Challenge and Our Responses

The criteria for submitting an entry into the $100,000 challenge was to send an English translation of the proffered study, a $50 processing fee, a letter explaining why the study qualifies for the reward, and the name and address to which the $100,000 check should be directed. The submissions were initially reviewed by staff to […]