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This week’s episode of Children’s Health Defense “Community Corner,” featured a discussion with Dr. Aaron Lewis about ending modern day segregation, medical racism and religious discrimination.

The episode began with a recap of the “Walk Out Week,” including key rally highlights from New York, Oregon and Florida.

We also shared news about Project Veritas’ COVID vaccine exposé featuring whistleblower Jodi O’Malley, a federal healthcare worker for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, whose recorded conversations with colleagues reveal the government’s failure to report the injuries and deaths associated with the vaccines.

Lewis discussed the new wave of segregation and discrimination emerging in America. He shared his thoughts on President Biden’s divisive message last week in which he vilified and shamed the unvaccinated.

Lewis also shared his perspective on what segregation means to him as a third-generation religious leader, and the challenges and scrutiny he faces as he attempts to help his community push back against the mandates.

Lewis ended the discussion with this:

“I say to the government, I don’t need anything that you have to give me, because God has already given me everything; and I will die before I exchange what God gave me, for what you’re going to force me to apply for.”

Watch this week’s episode here:

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