Cooper Neill for NPR hide caption. Families stood in line wearing masks. White pop-up tents sheltered health care workers while they drew patients' blood. It wasn't the scene at a medical clinic, but the parking of a black church in South Dallas in late May. Friendship-West Baptist Church was the first of several black churches in the area to host a free weekly coronavirus testing event. Neighborhoods in South Dallas, where there are more people of color , have fewer sites offering coronavirus testing than whiter North Dallas, just a few miles away.
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As the universe moves forward with Phase 4, fans are looking forward to who might take the character's vacated spot in the film series. The end of the Infinity Saga also meant that Marvel Studios is set to tread unknown narrative territories moving forward. Iron Man, however, doesn't have a clear successor. This doesn't mean that Marvel Studios doesn't have anyone in mind to fill the void Tony left — there are a few heroes already in the MCU that can ultimately take over his mantle in the franchise. James "Rhodey" Rhodes, Tony Stark's loyal friend in the military, was initially introduced in the first Iron Man in , with the character portrayed by Terrence Howard. Since then, Cheadle has played the role, reprising it five more times until Endgame. Rhodey is one of the few people that Stark kept in his inner circle of friends.
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