Tag: African American Health

John Singleton’s death is another warning sign for black men. It’s time we listen. | The Washington Post

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Courtland Milloy, The Washington Post John Singleton the first African American and youngest person to have ever been nominated for the Best Director award at the Oscars. Twitter/@Rodriguez, Featured Image months into a plant-based whole-foods diet, I continue to experience the benefits. Weight, cholesterol, blood pressure — all down. Energy up. I’m glad I made the change. Diet-related diseases are […]
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Meet Tiffany Alexander, 27, co-founder of a pediatrics urgent care facility in Birmingham | Birmingham Times

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Ameera Steward, Birmingham Times Tiffany Alexander (Amarr Croskey photo). Featured Image long periods of time in a hospital with her mother, who had been diagnosed with cancer, gave Tiffany Alexander a love for health care and helping others. “We always had a great medical staff [at Russell Medical Center in Alexander City, Ala.], so it’s just kind of where I […]
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REVIEW: Aretha Franklin’s Soul-Stirring “Amazing Grace” Documentary Soars Into the Divine | Good Black News

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Lori Lakin Hutcherson, Good Black News Ron Tom/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images. Featured Image reading, please understand the deep degree to which I am an Aretha Franklin fan. I have been in rapture since I was a teen grooving to “Jump To It,” “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me),” “Think,” and, of course, “Respect.” My devotion to her […]
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