National Health Conference that highlights the chronic diseases that impact African American health.
TOPICS
  • Heart Disease: Men vs. Women
  • The Epidemic of Hepatitis C in African Americans Baby Boomers
  • African American Women and Lupus
  • PrEP: How We’ll Stop the Transmission of AIDS in the African American Community
  • Clinical Trials & Precision Medicine
  • Feel Rich|Health is the New Wealth: The Hip Hop Community Goes Hard for Health
Register Now
Admission is FREE
The first 200 registrations will receive complimentary entrance to the Harlem Fine Arts Show.

Meet the Experts
Dr. Carol Brown
Director of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Office of Diversity Programs in Clinical Care, Research and Training
Topic: The Relevance of Clinical Trials and Precision Medicine for African Americans
Gabrielle Davis
Advocate and Founder
Lupus Sistas
Topic: Living and Thriving with Lupus
Dr. Michelle Johnson
Clinical Director of Cardiology, Fellowship
Director of Cardio-oncology at Memorial
Sloan Kettering Center
Topic: Heart Disease in African American Women
Gloria Searson
Director & Executive Director of the Coalition Positive Health Empowerment (C.O.P.E.)
Topic: Hepatitis C and the Epidemic for African American Boomers
Dr. Paul Underwood
Chief Medical Officer, Boston Scientific, Past President of the ABC (Association of Black Cardiologists)
Topic: Heart Disease Men vs Women
Screening of documentary produced by
QUINCY JONES
FEEL RICH: HEALTH IS THE NEW WEALTH documents the nascent self-love revolution emerging in urban communities. Narrated by Quincy Jones III, the film features interviews iconic artists who have made dramatic changes in their lives by opening themselves up to new ideas about what it means to be rich. Artists include: Common, The Game, Crystal Wall, Paul Wall, Fat Joe, Stic.Man, Afya Ibomu, Jermaine Dupri, Slim Thug, Styles P and the legendary Quincy Jones.
The Venue
The Riverside Church, 91 Claremont Ave, NY
Saturday, February 17, 2018
Registration @ 8:30am | Event 9 am - 3 pm
Admission is FREE
The first 200 registrations will receive complimentary entrance to the Harlem Fine Arts Show.
Please contact Roslyn Daniels
Phone: 973-333-9541 Email: roslyn@blackhealthmatters.com
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