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NUMBER~1Number of uninsured in states embracing Obamacare drops significantly

(UPI) — The number of uninsured people has dropped 2.5 percentage points in states fully embracing the Affordable Care Act, according to Gallup. 21 states, including the District of Columbia,…

CHELSE~1Chelsea Clinton says she could run for NYC mayor or U.S. Senate

(UPI) — Chelsea Clinton said in a recent interview that she would consider running for office in New York if she didn’t support her representatives. “I live in a city…

Apple-wants-to-increase-price-of-iPhone-6-by-100Apple wants to increase price of iPhone 6 by $100

(UPI) — Apple is reportedly in talks with carriers about the price customers will pay for the iPhone 6, with the possibility of a $100 increase. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek…

CONSUM~1-1Consumer prices rise 0.2%, Americans paying more for food and rent

(UPI) — Americans paid more for food and rent as the consumer price index inched up by 0.2 percent for the month of March, as the Fed contemplates increasing rates….

RETAIL~1Retail sales increase 1.1 percent in March for biggest surge since 2012

(UPI) — Americans upped their spending in March, as retail sales for the month increased by 1.1 percent, helping the economy recover from a dull start to the year. Retail…

russell_simmons_internships_jobsHip-Hop Mogul Russell Simmons is Hiring Interns and More

– Both internships and jobs available at Global Grind – Russell Simmons, known to many as the godfather of Hip-Hop, is looking to hire both interns and employees to work…

HEADLINESDelta Research & Educational Foundation Receives Major Grant to Support Teacher Efficacy

The Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF) has recently received a major program grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a new initiative on teacher efficacy and student…

localLegislative Update

At last week’s legislative session, Ward 4 Councilmember introduced legislation to expand the hours of District of Columbia recreation centers on the weekend and legislation to make it punishable for…

localDC Public Defender Community Reentry and Expungement Summit, April 26th

The DC Public Defender Service (PDS) will host their Tenth Annual Community Reentry and Expungement Summit on Saturday, April 26th.  The summit will take place at the So Others May…

localPetworth Market Re-Opening, May 3rd

The Petworth Community Market will begin on Saturday, May 3rd and will continue each Saturday until October 28th.  The market is located on Upshur and 9th Street, NW.  The Petworth…

localDDOT and Howard University Announce 2014 Research Internship Summer Program

The District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) Research Internship Program and the Howard University Transportation Research Center (HUTRC) are pleased to announce the 2014 Research Internship Summer Program. The program is…

localDPR Offers Final “DPR Fun Day” on May 2 During DCPS’ 
Professional Development Day

The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will offer the final DPR Fun Day for the 2013-2014 school year on Friday, May 2, 2014, when DC Public Schools (DCPS) are closed for…

localMayor Gray Announces Artistic Team to Design Metro Memorial Park

Park to Feature Stone Artwork and Landscape Design Elements Mayor Vincent C. Gray, the Department of General Services (DGS) and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) recently…

localDPR to Co-Sponsor the “One City Celebrating a Green Lifestyle Festival” 


Festival Kicks off on April 19 to Celebrate Earth Day The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) has partnered with the Earth’s Natural Force Connections (ENF) to kick off this year’s Earth…

2014-04-08_22.42.10P G County Public High School Students Turned Flour into Gold Earned Over $218,000 in Culinary Scholarships and Opportunities

At the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) DC/Prince George’s County Awards Breakfast, C-CAP President Susan Robbins awarded over $218,000 in scholarships and cash awards to 13 high school seniors…

Fisk_4Taking home its first title, Fisk joins 12 HBCUs that have won HCASC national championships

Completing a journey that began in the fall, Fisk University claimed its first ever national championship title at the 25th anniversary Honda Campus All-Star Challenge. For a quarter century, American…

hbcu_connect_microsoft_vip_receptionMicrosoft Teams up with Popular HBCU Web Site to Host VIP Reception for Black HR Professionals in the Maryland, D.C., Virginia Area

HBCUConnect.com, in partnership with Microsoft, recently held a successful diversity recruitment and networking event for Black HR professionals in the Washington D.C. area. Attended by over 65 guests, including leadership…

localDPR to Co-Sponsor the One City Celebrating a Green Lifestyle Festival

The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) has partnered with the Earth’s Natural Force Connections (ENF) to kick off this year’s Earth Day with an environmental festival, “One City…

AwesomeConAwesome Con Returns to The Walter E. Washington Convention Center With Super Powers

Awesome Con, Washington DC’s premiere comic con and pop culture convention, is coming back to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, April 18 through April 20. The 2014 event represents…

localIndependent 2013 Survey Shows Veterans Highly Satisfied with VA Care

Higher rating than Private-Sector Hospitals on Average The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), an independent customer service survey, ranks the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) customer satisfaction among Veteran patients…

localThe Maryland Zoo 2014 Events

The merry month of May is almost upon us!  At The Maryland Zoo we have some special events that are sure to induce merriment, or at least a few giggles. …

localOrganizations Committed to the Elimination Of Healthcare Disparities to Reconvene at The 2014 Summit on African American Health

Today, the National Medical Association (NMA), the nation’s largest organization representing 37,000 African American physicians, will convene the Second Summit on African American Health at the Washington (DC) Hilton Hotel. …

Paycheck-Fairness-Act-falls-to-Republican-filibusterPaycheck Fairness Act falls to Republican filibuster

(UPI) — Senate Republicans voted to block a bill that would make it harder for private employers to pay women less than their male colleagues for the same work, despite…

DSC_0121-2Mayor Gray Appoints Kristy M. Greenwalt Executive Director of the Interagency Council on Homelessness

Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced recently that he has selected Kristy M. Greenwalt to serve as the Executive Director of the Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH). Ms. Greenwalt was selected…

HEADLINES1Free Financial Health Assessment and More for Financial Capability Month

Department Participating in Month-Long Campaign Encouraging D.C. Residents to Enhance their Personal Financial Capabilities In recognition of National Financial Capability Month, the D.C. Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking is…

DSC_0155-2Mayor Gray and DDOT Launch Potholepalooza 2014

Mayor Vincent C. Gray and District Department of Transportation (DDOT) Director Terry Bellamy have launched the District’s sixth annual Potholepalooza campaign to expedite pothole repairs on roadways across the city….

african_american_parental_involvementAfrican Americans Say ‘Parental Involvement’ Key to School Success

By George White New America Media and 
America’s Wire Writers Group   The lack of parental involvement is the biggest issue affecting black students quality of education. That is one…

AAPHERD ConventionUSATF Announces Partnership With Hershey Through 2020

– Partnership expands opportunities to give kids the fundamentals for a lifetime of physical activity – USA Track & Field (USATF) and The Hershey Company today announced the launch of…

GroundbreakingNew HQ in Prince George’s County will Spur Development, Create Jobs

DHCD on Wednesday broke ground on its new headquarters in Prince George’s County, marking the start of construction of a mixed-use, transit-oriented project that will be the anchor of new…

local1DDOT and Howard University Announce 2014 Research Internship Summer Program

The District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) Research Internship Program and the Howard University Transportation Research Center (HUTRC) are pleased to announce the 2014 Research Internship Summer Program. The program is…

local1Comcast Increases Internet Speeds for 13th Time in 12 Years

Blast Tier Doubles to 105 Mbps and Extreme Tier Increases to 150 Mbps; Comcast recently announced it has increased the speeds of two of its Xfinity Internet tiers in the…

local1Children’s Science Center Opens Enrollment for ECHOS Early Childhood Hands-On Science Program

They often ask the tough scientific questions of “Why?”  Or perhaps, “How did that happen?”  Preschoolers are natural born scientists and now, the Children’s Science Center is proud to engage…

local1Obama Administration Renews Critical Support for Local Homeless Programs in the District of Columbia

U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan announced today $19,684,951 in grants to renew support for local homeless housing and service programs in the District of Columbia. Provided…

local1Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center Opens New Women’s Health Clinic

Leadership from the Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center (DCVAMC) and members of the community cut the ceremonial ribbon of the Women’s Health Clinic signaling a new beginning in meeting…

local1The Department of Employment Services Extends American Job Center Hours of Operation

American Job Centers Will Operate From 8:30 a.m. Until 4:30 p.m.  The DC Department of Employment Services is pleased to announce that it will extend the operating hours of its…

local1Senate Passes Unemployment Insurance Extension

 Will provide benefits to 2.2 million people nationally and to over 47,200 Marylanders  U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.) once again voted to pass the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act,…

local1BGE Employees Celebrate National Volunteer Week by Leading More Than 40 Community Service Projects throughout April

 As part of its long-standing commitment to corporate responsibility, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) recently announced that in celebration and recognition of National Volunteer Week, throughout the month of…

local1Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland Celebrates $80,000 Grant From Weinberg Foundation

Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland (HFHMM) received a grant award of $80,000 over two years from The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. to provide weatherization and repair services for…

local1Cultural Tourism DC Presents the Seventh Annual Passport DC

Journey the Globe with Embassy Open Houses, Street Festivals, Performances and Exhibitions   Cultural Tourism DC presents the seventh annual Passport DC—a month- long celebration in May comprising international programs…

local1DPR Announces Registration for Four Additional 2014 Summer Camps

  Due to the popularity of the 2014 summer camps, the DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) announced that four additional camp offerings will be added.  DPR offers various high…

local1Ripken Baseball and Giant Food Partner to Host “Get Out & Play” Clinics

Free clinics include baseball instruction and nutritional programming for youth and their families Ripken Baseball and Giant Food have partnered to host a series of health & fitness clinics throughout…

local1National Black Memorabilia & Collectible Show – April 26 – 27, 2014

The National Black Memorabilia & Collectible Show will be Saturday and Sunday, April 26-27, 2014 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 16 Chestnut Street, in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Show hours are Saturday,…

bowser_dlD.C. Councilmember Muriel Bowser wins Democratic primary for mayor

The District of Columbia’s Democratic mayoral nominee says she’s taking nothing for granted as she prepares for the general election and that the party needs to come together to ensure…

HEADLINES1District Releases Results of New Common Lottery System

Over 17,000 Students Take Part in My School DC, which Matches Students with both DCPS and Public Charter Schools Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced recently the results of My School…

HEADLINES1Committee on Economic Development Public Hearing Notice

The Committee on Economic Development, which Councilmember Bowser chairs, will host a hearing to review the Mayor’s proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 budget.  On Wednesday, April 9th, DMPED and DHCD…

HEADLINES1DPW Monthly Household Hazardous Waste, E-Cycle, Shredding, April 5th

The DC Department of Public Works (DPW) will hold its next monthly Household Hazardous Waste/E-cycling/Personal Document Shredding drop-off on Saturday, April 5th from 8:00AM – 3:00PM at the Fort Totten…

HEADLINES1Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup, April 5th

This Saturday April 5th, the 26th Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup will take place in sites across Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.   The Annual Potomac River Watershed…

HEADLINES1DC Water Ward 4 Town Hall, April 10th

DC Water will host its 5th Annual Ward Town Hall Meeting, co-hosted by DC Water General Manager George Hawkins and Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser.  The Town Hall is scheduled…

BullyingWhy are U.S. schools failing to reduce bullying?

(UPI) — Schools that conduct limited programs to reduce bullying have had limited success, while more comprehensive programs have had some success but require enormous commitment and school resources. Overall,…

HEADLINES1U.S. Fourth-Quarter Economic Growth Revised to 2.6 Percent

(UPI) — The Commerce Department revised its growth figures for the American economy, saying it grew by 2.6 percent, a modest uptick but still shy of growth seen in Q3….

President_Youth_for_Human_Rights_International_Dr-1._Mary_Shuttleworth,_Dr._Melanie_Andrews,_actress_Marisol_NicholsYouth for Human Rights International’s 11th Annual World Educational Tour Launches on Capitol Hill

Ambassadors, Congressmen, dignitaries and humanitarians gathered in the Rayburn House Office Building for the launch of Youth for Human Rights International’s (YHRI) 11th annual World Educational Tour. Actress Marisol Nichols, herself a…

aarp_foundation_free_tax_helpAARP Foundation Tax-Aide program assists millions in preparing their returns

Milagros Aguas used to pay someone to prepare her taxes until her employer filed for bankruptcy and she lost her job. That’s when a friend recommended AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, a…

TWITTE~1Twitter introduces photo tagging and adding multiple photos to a tweet

(UPI) — Twitter is attempting to make itself more photo-friendly by allowing users to tag friends in photos and include up to four photos in a tweet. Before Twitter allowed…

HowardBest and Brightest Students Prepare to Compete as Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Celebrates its 25th Anniversary

Top students from 48 of the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities will gather in Los Angeles area to test their academic prowess Brainpower from America’s Historically Black Colleges and…

local1D.C. Mayor signs bill to decriminalize marijuana

(UPI) — Vincent Gray, the mayor of the nation’s capital, signed a bill to decriminalize marijuana earlier. The legislation, approved earlier this year by the D.C. Council, would continue to…

local1Maryland Begins Initiative to improve Education and Career Opportunities for Young People on SSI 

Maryland PROMISE, a partnership of State agencies and private sector disability organizations, is looking for 2,000 Maryland youth between the ages 14 -16 receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits interested…

local1Actress Viola Davis Joins Safeway and the Entertainment Industry in a Campaign to End Childhood Hunger

Academy Award®-nominated actress Viola Davis in conjunction with The Safeway Foundation and the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) recently launched Hunger Is, a joint charitable program designed to raise awareness and…

local1BGE Launches Second Annual Green Grants Program

Promote Environmental Stewardship through Energy Efficiency and Conservation Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) recently announced that as part of its ongoing efforts to enhance and promote environmental stewardship and…

local1THEARC Theater and Imagination Announce Pilot Production for 2015 Partnership

Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR) is proud to announce a special presentation of the Inside Out Tour at THEARC in collaboration with Imagination Stage. Two free performances of Inside…

local1Local High Schools Raise More Than $150,000 in 2014’s High School Challenge for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Walt Whitman takes first place for second year in a row with $68,158 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) High School Challenge has come to a close with 14 local…

BillMayor Gray Signs Senior Citizen Real Property Tax Relief Act

Legislation Designed to Help Keep Longtime Residents from Being Forced out of District Mayor Gray, joined by members of the DC Council, other District government officials and senior residents, today…

House-Dems-urge-vote-on-immigration-overhaulHouse Democrats Urge Vote on Immigration Overhaul

Reps. Steve Horsford, D-Nev., Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y., and Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., listen as Rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif., speaks at a press conference (UPI) — House Democrats called on Speaker John…

Michelle-Obama-visits-with-Chinese-students-in-ChengduMichelle Obama Visits with Chinese Students in Chengdu

(UPI) — First lady Michelle Obama continued her tour of China Tuesday with a visit to a school in Chengdu, where she spoke about the importance of education. At the…

St.ElizabethsMayor Gray Announces Plan to Build New Hospital on St. Elizabeths East Campus

Facility Would Solve Problems of Aging United Medical Center, Provide Ward 8 Economic Boost Mayor Gray and other officials announced a plan to invest approximately $300 million in a brand-new…

Amber-Alert-FBI-offers-reward-for-missing-DC-girlFBI Offers Reward for Missing D.C. Girl

FBI and Prince George’s County Police each offer $25,000 in missing Washington, D.C., girl case. By Danielle Haynes (UPI) — The FBI announced a reward of $25,000 for information leading…

IRS-BI~1Bitcoin and other Virtual Currencies are Property, not Currency

(UPI) — The IRS released a ruling Tuesday, announcing that Bitcoins and other “virtual currencies” are to be treated as property when filing taxes. The ruling represents the IRS’ first…

WALMAR~1-1Walmart Cites Cuts to Food Stamps and Public Assistance as ‘risk factors’ in Annual Report

(UPI) — Walmart, a company controversial for recommending its employees supplement their low wages with government benefits like food stamps, has just released its annual report for the end of…

Court-reverses-Fed-rule-limiting-debit-card-feesCourt Reverses Fed Rule Limiting Debit Card Fees

(UPI) — A U.S. Appeals Court overturned a lower court ruling that asked the Federal Reserve to rewrite rules governing the fees banks charge for a credit card swipe. A…

nbna_black_nurse_scholarshipProgram to Give Away 14 Scholarship to Black Nurses

The National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) is committed to excellence in education and conducts continuing education programs for nurses and allied health professionals throughout the year. The association also provides…

Apple-in-talks-with-Comcast-for-new-TV-streaming-serviceApple in talks with Comcast for new TV Streaming Service

(UPI) — Apple is in talks with cable provider Comcast for a joint streaming television service that would use Apple set-top boxes and ensure smooth streaming. The talks, which are…

HEADLINES1PHEN Introduces Your Prostate Health Minute

– A new campaign to heighten fight against prostate cancer – The Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) has ramped up its fight against the prostate cancer crisis in Black America…

local1District of Columbia to Publish New Construction Codes

Adoption of New Construction Codes Puts District at Forefront of Sustainable Building Practices Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced recently that the District of Columbia will adopt the 2013 DC Construction…

local1Committee on Economic Development Public Hearing Notice

The Committee on Economic Development, which Councilmember Bowser chairs, will hold a public hearing to consider Bill 20-113, the Rent Control Hardship Petition Limitation Amendment Act on Friday, April 11th. …

local1DPR Summit Youth Employment Hiring Fair, March 29th

The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will hold a hiring fair to promote over 600 summer positions the agency will have available for the 2014 summer season on…

local1DC Health Link Coverage Deadline, March 31st

The deadline to get affordable health insurance coverage is Monday, March 31st.  Residents can get coverage by visiting the DC Health Link website, www.dchealthlink.com. In addition, there will be a…

local1DC Water Ward 4 Town Hall, April 10th

DC Water will host their 5th Annual Ward Town Hall Meeting, co-hosted by DC Water General Manager George Hawkins and Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser.  The Town Hall is scheduled…

local1DPW MuralsDC Program

The DC Department of Public Works (DPW) is looking for mural sites in all District Wards for consideration for the MuralsDC program, which will run beginning spring 2014. The deadline…

local1Presentation of funding opportunities for individual artists and arts organizations

On Monday, April 7, Mayor Vincent C. Gray will join the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) in hosting its annual Grants Kickoff at the Historic Lincoln Theatre…

local1Madame Tussauds Hosts Third Annual Easter Egg Hunt

For a Fun and Educational “Eggs-ploration” Through American History In celebration of Easter and a White House tradition started by the 19th President of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes,…

CEDA_National_Debate_Champs-1Towson University’s Debate Team Claims Historic Win

First All Black Women’s Debate Team to Win CEDA National Championship Towson University Debate Team members Ameena Ruffin ‘15 and Korey Johnson ’16 won the Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA)…

BjmYwFeIcAE3l6HGovernor O’Malley Hosts Leadership Forum For Women and Girls

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Governor Martin O’Malley recently hosted thirty middle school-aged girls from across the state in Annapolis to participate in the Governors Leadership Forum for Women…

local1Local Schools Earn Money and Prizes by Recycling Drink Pouches

Capri Sun to Give Away Recycled Playgrounds, Park Benches and Recycling Bins Ludlow Taylor Elementary, St. Ann’s Academy, Francis Scott Key Elementary and Friendship Southeast Honor Society students are cleaning…

1395951110000-USATSI-7617369Redskins Owner Dan Snyder Creates Original Americans Foundation

(ABC)–Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder says it’s time to put some money behind his claim that his team’s nickname honors Native Americans.
Snyder said Monday he’s creating a foundation to assist…

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AT&T National Golf Tournament Announces New Sponsor

(ABC)–The AT&T National golf tournament has a new name, and starting next year it could be exiled from its longtime home. On Monday, the PGA Tour announced Detroit-based Quicken Loans…

imagesRedskins Re-Sign CB E.J. Biggers to a 1-Year Deal

(CBS)–The Washington Redskins have re-signed cornerback E.J. Biggers to a one-year deal. The team also announced Thursday that linebacker Brian Orakpo has signed his franchise player tender. The 26-year-old Biggers…

images-1Fans Gear Up for NCAA Tournament!

(ABC)–American University’s faithful fans painted their war faces in Mary Graydon Hall. Half a continent away, the Eagles engaged in a round-ball battle against the Wisconsin Badgers – only the…

local1Young P.G. County Athletes Honored

(ABC)–Famous athletes like Sugar Ray Leonard and Kevin Durant call Prince George’s County their hometown. On Tuesday, County Executive Rushern Baker recognized a new generation of top talent, all under…

UnknownNationals Name Strasburg Opening-Day Starter

(CBS)–Stephen Strasburg is going to make his third straight opening-day start for the Washington Nationals.Nationals manager Matt Williams named the 25-year-old right-hander as his No. 1 starter after Wednesday’s game…

imagesRedskins Sign Free Agent Linebacker Akeem Jordan

(FOX)–The Washington Redskins have signed free agent linebacker Akeem Jordan. Jordan signed his contract Wednesday, making him the third inside linebacker with special teams experience that the Redskins have added…

peopleforfairnesseditCampaign To House 500 Families In 100 Days

Mayor Vincent Gray announced during his State of the District address that the city would launch a campaign to house 500 families in 100 days. Between the launch date and…

HEADLINES1District’s Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.4 Percent

District of Columbia Unemployment Rate Is 0.2 Percentage Points Lower Than Previous Month The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services reported today that the preliminary January job estimates show…

HEADLINES1Evans Moves Bill to Protect District Home Ownership

Legislation Lowers Interest Rates and Caps Attorneys’ Fees   Councilmember Jack Evans moved comprehensive legislation to protect home ownership from reported abuses in the tax sale process. Bill 20-23, the…

PRESID~1-1President Obama Imposes Sanctions Against Russian Officials

On Monday, U.S. President Barak Obama issued sanctions to “send a strong message” to Russian officials and Crimea-based separatists. By JC Finley   U.S. President Barack Obama issued an Executive…

Google-unveils-Android-Wear-modified-OS-for-wearablesGoogle unveils ‘Android Wear,’ modified OS for wearables

(UPI) — Google released Android Wear Tuesday, which is a modified version of its popular Android operating system, tailored to be used with wearables. The OS will be based on…

APPLE-~1Apple introduces cheaper iPhone 5C, will stop selling iPad 2

(UPI) — Apple tweaked its product line Tuesday, with the introduction of an 8 GB iPhone 5C and a revamp of its fourth generation iPad, in order to compete with…

President-Obama-honors-24-veterans-with-Medal-of-HonorPresident Obama Honors 24 Veterans with Medal of Honor

(UPI) — President Obama honored veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam Tuesday, many of them passed over earlier for Medals of Honor because of their ethnicity. Only three…

Annie_Niesman_Michelle_ObamaFirst Lady Michelle Obama Visits Jessie Trice Community Health Center to Promote the Affordable Care Act

Annie_Niesman_Michelle_Obama First Lady Michelle Obama (center) speaks with Jessie Trice Community Health Center President Annie Neasman (left) during her recent Miami visit.   First Lady Michelle Obama recently visited the…

Church_Family_Image“Kidney Sundays” Reaches African American Faith Communities During National Kidney Month

- National Kidney Disease Education Program Hosts Third Annual Nationwide Event –   (BLACK PR WIRE) – 6.2 million African American adults in the United States have signs of kidney…