Nearly a dozen local organizations came together at the start of Black Maternal Health Week to end deadly disparities in healthcare for Black mothers
Oklahoma imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other governing body in the world. This isn’t by accident, this is by design.
Solutions to Culturally Specific Health Disparities Project Offers Solutions, Strategies for Those Living with Diabetes and Disabilities
On February 27, 2018, the Langston University Department of Rehabilitation Counseling in partnership with Tulsa Healthy Start and The Institute for Developing Communities will host the first in a series of workshops designed to assist those living with diabetes and the subsequent disabilities that impact many citizens suffering from chronic illnesses.
With the Civil War not officially ending until 1865 and in the midst of chaos and confusion, an African-American newspaper managed to establish itself in the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Reporting | Nehemiah D. Frank, Editor-in-chief Managing Editor | Liz Frank State Representative Regina Goodwin says the state is having trouble deciding where to allocate funds, which makes it difficult to solve […]
“We have more dollar stores than any other district.” – City Councilwoman Vanessa Hall-Harper
Inhofe and Lankford, Hoping Voters Forget, Will Vote to Dismantle Your Health Insurance Coverage: Call Them TODAY
This bill could be life or death for you, for your family, and for all Americans. This is the time. This is the fight. We need to stand up now.