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HBCU Efforts & COVID-19

This study examines the Fall 2020 reopening plans amidst the COVID-19 pandemic for 101 HBCU’s in the United States.  Significance and Results: Fall 2020 reopening plans were identified by reviewing official statements from the institution administration on their official website. A conventional content analysis was conducted to code themes presented in the documentation by (1)...
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Created in 2017 by Dr. Derek Anderson, BMIPH was founded on the premise of creating a safe space for public health-affiliated Black men to share resources, network, and support each other in their public health careers; while simultaneously prioritizing the health and lives of Black men and their families. The vision of BMiPH was to...
“Radical Support of Whole and Healthy Black Girls and Women” BGSR is a community developed-and-led initiative designed for and by Black women to disrupt disparities in HIV. Over three years (2022-2025), BLIPH, Deirdre Speaks, and our university partners will uplift the Black Girls Spring for R&R (BGSR) movement! This includes curating a network to reclaim...
Black Ladies in Public Health proudly supports the efforts of Morehouse School of Medicine to train youth to become Community Health Workers through utilization of their High School & Young Adults Community Health Worker (HSYACHW) Digital Learning Curriculum. The training program seeks to increase the number of trained HSYACHWs that engage family, peers and community...
Reflections for “Improving the Quality of Care for Women Living with HIV” is a Conversation, Campaign, and Convening. It is centered on Women Living with HIV (inclusive of Cis and Trans Women Living with HIV (WTLHIV) and their experiences with navigating public health and health care settings. WTLHIV share their stories in addition to offering...
A Black-led initiative to assess the resources and capacity of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in support of optimal health for students and their communities. Click here to view the resource site.

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