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The Baobab Cultural Center promotes a deeper understanding of African culture through African art, educational exhibits, films and documentaries, poetry readings, book discussions, and other cultural activities.
The Baobab now presents the Social Discovery Lab Series, a professional learning program developed to analyze the creation, recognition, affirmations, and expressions of black identity through artistic and historical works.
For more info visit: https://www.wdkx.com/baobab-cultural-centers-social-discovery-lab-series/
The Vintage Tour 2019 Featuring Fred Hammond & Bishop Cortez Vaughn
@ New Life Fellowship of Rochester, 330 Wellington Ave, Rochester, NY 14619
Tickets: General- $25; Lower Stage- $40; VIP- $60
Blacks/African Americans are about two times more likely than white Americans to have Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
However, African Americans with cognitive impairment are less likely than whites to say that a doctor has told them they have a “memory-related disease”
If your loved one has memory problems, join us for the 8th Dr. Lemuel and Gloria Rogers African-American Health Symposium on March 7 at Mt. Olivet Church. Call 1-800-272-3900 to register.
High blood pressure—suspected risk factor for Alzheimer’s and other dementias— is more prevalent in the African-American community
Recently released results of a large-scale, long-term clinical trial provide the strongest evidence to date that intensive treatment of high blood pressure can significantly reduce the occurrence of mild cognitive impairment and dementia
Learn more about brain health and the prevention of dementia at the Dr. Lemuel and Gloria Rogers African-American Health Symposium on March 7. Free event, dinner provided. Call 1-800-272-3900 to register.
High blood pressure — a risk factor for Alzheimer’s and other dementias — is more prevalent in the African-American community. If your loved one has memory problems, join us at the Dr. Lemuel and Gloria Rogers Health Symposium on March 7. Call 1-800-272-3900 for details and to register.
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When college professor Nick Abtahi finds himself lost in a small Midwestern town, the welcome mat doesn’t exactly get rolled out by its crazy collection of locals. Go see Hard Cell now at
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month! Learn more with Dr. McIntosh
with Special Guest Mitch Gruber