Young Kenyan Doctor Wins WHO Director-General Award

13/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on The Tennessee Tribune on 10th July 2021 Edited by Kipchumba Some and Anindita Ghosh Photo Credit: Twitter   When Kenya imposed restrictions in March 2020 to curb the …

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Black Teenager Raises Over $38,000 For Cancer Research By Cutting Off His 19-Inch Afro

13/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Rashad Grove Published on 7th July 2021 Photo Credit: Getty Images   Seventeen-year-old Kieran Moïse of Huntsville, Alabama, knew upon entering the military that he would have to …

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Neurologist James Samuel Risien Russell receives English Heritage London blue plaque

13/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 8th July 2021 Born in British Guyana, Russell was one of the UK’s first black or mixed-race consultants. Picture: English Heritage.   ONE OF …

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Tanzania makes Covid data public for the first time in a year

07/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Dorothy Ndalu Published on 29th June 2021   Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan during a press conference at State House, Dar es Salaam, on June 28, 2021. PHOTO …

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Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, Who Helped Implement Obamacare, Becomes First Black Woman to Lead Medicare Agency

08/06/2021 – by asdadminuser

  Written by DeMario P. Smith Published on 4th June 2021     The U.S. Senate confirmed Chiquita Brooks-LaSure to lead the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) last …

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Black employees with long-term health conditions lack sufficient support in the workplace, says report

07/06/2021 – by asdadminuser

  Written by Leah Mahon Published on 2nd June 2021   Black employees with long-term health conditions (LTCS) are not being provided with adequate support in comparison to other ethnic …

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Black and Asian babies have highest rates of stillbirths and infant mortality, landmark analysis shows

01/06/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on ITV News website on 26th May 2021  The Office of National Statistics (ONS) published a report on stillbirth rates and infant mortality rates in different ethnic groups. The …

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Why skin issues in patients of color are neglected, mistreated

18/05/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Black Press USA/NNPAPublished on 12th May 2021  Dermatologist Jasmine Obioha reports that there is a lack of training on treating skin conditions on skin of colour. According to …

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