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March 30, 2018

Its no secret that mental illness in the black and brown community is kind of a no no. Perhaps in the progressive millennial households, the stigma on mental illness is a little less present. But for the most part, our parents and grandparents relied on spiritual welln...

March 12, 2018

So, I read an article today, that said Cook County in Chicago, Illinois, hosted the "First jail-wide, in-person voting" event. Now, I don't know about you all, but this makes me really excited ☺️!

Only 2 states in the US allow prison inmates to vote, with 46 other state...

March 9, 2018

The only way to really benefit from the U.S healthcare system is to either be ridiculously wealthy, or to not get sick at all. This system is so complex and expensive that by the time you have a chronic condition that requires treatment, you've already become a product...

March 6, 2018


Exercise and active lifestyles are a relatively new social trend, and with spring break right around the corner and summer not too far behind, everyones trying to get right!


And with the everyday struggles of a black man and woman, working...

February 26, 2018

Alright guys, so I'm really excited about this one! And thats because it's not one person that I'm celebrating, but a whole community of people who took care of the Black community when many others would not. 

This is a celebration post for the



February 22, 2018

Our next powerhouse in public health is Dr. J. Nadine Gracia!

This woman has made monumental contributions to minority health and communities and is one of my role models.

This Stanford graduate obtained not only her Masters of Science in Epidemiology from the University...

February 19, 2018

Our first change agent from the black community is James Hildreth, M.D.

Hildreth obtained a degree in chemistry from Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude, as the first African American Rhodes Scholar from Arkansas. Following graduation, he received his PhD in...

February 15, 2018


(Although we celebrate black history all 365 days)

This month is one of reflection and appreciation for those who have worked, and are still working, to propel the black community forward. From Rev. Martin Luther King Junior, to Presid...

February 6, 2018

Most of us heard about Serena William's birthing scare in September. Complications almost cost the athlete her life. This woman is not only a star athlete at peak health and fitness, but according to Forbes 100 highest paid athletes, she is not only the highest paid fe...

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"Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane"

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Second Annual Convention of the Medical Committee for Human Rights, Chicago, March 25, 1966





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