A mask is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but choosing which mask to wear isn’t always about protecting oneself from the virus. It's a decision that can also affect the likelihood of encountering racial profiling.
Michael De Los Santos, owner of Mike D's BBQ Supply & General Store
Dr. Gabriel Felix, psychiatry resident at Cambridge Health Alliance
Marc Hetherington, political science professor at UNC-Chapel Hill
Andrea Carter, co-owner of Ngozi Design