Townhall: Community Update, COVID 19 Johnson & Johnson COVID 19 vaccine 4/29 at 6pm.

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Alameda County will host a Community Update with Dr. Noha as a panelist.   Questions about the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, Listen and Learn more this Thursday 4/29 at 6pm.   *Spanish and ASL interpretation will be available.   Join here: zoom.us/j/99680214103

admin@rootsclinic.orgTownhall: Community Update, COVID 19 Johnson & Johnson COVID 19 vaccine 4/29 at 6pm.

COVID-19 vaccination events this weekend target vulnerable communities

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Empty vials of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at Ravenswood Family Health Center in East Palo Alto on Jan. 30, 2021. Photo by Magali Gauthier. Groups organize sites in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Redwood City Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to More by Sue Dremann / Palo Alto Weekly Uploaded: Wed, Apr 21, 2021, 9:42 am …

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Health, Wealth and Self with Nikki Thomas Presented by AARP California

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By Shea McCaslin , April 12, 2021 01:48 PM AARP California presents Health, Wealth and Self with Nikki Thomas! Join us on the third Thursday of April, May and June @ Noon PT on 102.9 KBLX or AARP California’s Facebook pages as we host conversations around health, wealth and self with issue experts. Health – April 20 @ Noon PT …

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The Rockefeller Foundation Launches $20 Million Initiative to Increase Covid-19 Vaccination Rates Among Communities of Color

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Calls for a National Equity Vaccination Goal to Eliminate Racial Disparity in Covid-19 Vaccinations by Ensuring that at least 70 Million Vaccinations go to People of Color by July News provided by The Rockefeller Foundation Apr 13, 2021, 09:00 ET NEW YORK, April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Rockefeller Foundation announces the launch of a historic $20 million Equity-First Vaccination …

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Op-Ed: Black Birthing People and Babies are Dying at Higher Rates

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Black mothers and babies die at a higher rate than other Americans, data show. (Photo by pixelheadphoto digitalskillet via Shutterstock) By Susan Ellenberg and Alma Burrell / April 12, 2021 Black babies are dying at three times the rate of other babies in their first year of life. Black pregnant people are three to four times more likely to die …

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How Much Would It Cost To End Homelessness In America?

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Learn more about the cost to end homelessness in America, and get statistics about the problems unhoused populations face.   According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, it would cost $20 billion to end homelessness in the United States. That is a big number, yes, but let’s put it into perspective: Americans spend $19 billion a year on …

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Tele-town Hall: COVID-19 and the Bay Area Black Community

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Dr.  Aboelata is a panelist:  AARP of California Tele-Town hall. COVID 19 and the Bay Area Black Community.  Join AARP California and health experts for an-in depth conversation addressing COVID -19 inequities in the Bay Area. March 18th at 2pm. You can hear it here!: AARP California – (vekeo.com)Te

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Dr. Aisha Mays unveils Dream Youth Clinic’s new Community Garden—where opportunity grows for vulnerable Oakland teens.

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Written by Melissa Hart Dr. Aisha Mays of Oakland grew up knowing she wanted to be a doctor, but she never imagined she’d invite a pregnant 16-year-old to live with her during medical school. She’d been volunteering as a mentor for high school students of color, and the program paired her with a teen who became pregnant three months into …

admin@rootsclinic.orgDr. Aisha Mays unveils Dream Youth Clinic’s new Community Garden—where opportunity grows for vulnerable Oakland teens.

‘It works:’ Oakland’s homelessness prevention program helps 5,000 families

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By Marisa Kendall | mkendall@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 15, 2021 at 12:04 p.m. | UPDATED: January 17, 2021 at 5:04 a.m. The three-year pilot program is set to expire in October Oakland’s homelessness prevention program has helped nearly 5,000 households that were facing eviction, displacement or potential life on the street, Mayor Libby Schaaf said Friday, …

admin@rootsclinic.org‘It works:’ Oakland’s homelessness prevention program helps 5,000 families

Combatting the COVID surge in East Oakland with Dr Noha, Roots Community Health Center

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Dr. Noha Aboelata joined 94.1’s KPFA’s FRONTLINE to address the realities of COVID-19. She spoke to the timeline of the disease, the Roots Community Health Center response, and the realities faced by our communities in East Oakland. She also answered callers’ questions regarding the disease. Missed out? Listen here: http://u.pc.cd/sCU

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