2021 Saunders-Watkins Virtual Workshop

*Dr. Noha will be a panelist Dec. 6th  2021 10-11am Join NHLBI  for a virtual workshop to enhance the importance of truthfulness, transparency, and trustworthiness in biomedical research and identify gaps to establish trusted partnerships in community-based participatory research. The 2021 Saunders-Watkins Virtual Workshop: Building Trust in “Community-Engaged” Research is free, open to the public,…

Both Sides of the Conversation; Educational Thursdays

Both Sides of the Conversation; Educational Thursdays

Live Thursday 11/18 at 6pm on BSOTC.org & YouTube Dr. Noha is appearing on the virtual program Both Sides of the Conversation: Educational Thursday. Educational Thursday is a segment that provides a digital presentation with the intent to educate our community and provide important information that is essential for the betterment of Black and Brown…

Oakland’s First Fridays festival returns with thousands gathering for 1st event in more than a year
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Oakland’s First Fridays festival returns with thousands gathering for 1st event in more than a year

Oakland, CA (KGO)-Music, dance and food are all back! Auckland’s first Friday festival is here.“Almost two years later, this is amazing,” said Adriana Contreras, who lives in Auckland. Her daughter was four months old when Adriana and her family last arrived on the first Friday. Today she talks about the festival and even has her…

Roots’ Very Own – Dr. Aisha Mays, selected to receive the Robert D Sparks Leadership Achievement Award for 2021
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Roots’ Very Own – Dr. Aisha Mays, selected to receive the Robert D Sparks Leadership Achievement Award for 2021

The presentation of this award will be announced during the Network of Ethnic Physician Organizations (NEPO) 18th Annual Summit which is a virtual event scheduled to happen on Friday, October 1st from 10:00am-4:30pm (PDT). The awards will be presented just after 2:00pm (PDT). Please let us know if you think you will be able to…

In Community, For Community, and By Community: Highlighting our Black-Led Community Partners

In Community, For Community, and By Community: Highlighting our Black-Led Community Partners

Lincoln’s commitment to disrupting cycles of poverty and trauma requires community collaboration. As a result, Lincoln pursues collaborative partnerships with mission-aligned organizations to find creative ways to empower and serve children and families. These partnerships allow for mutual strategic thinking, resource sharing, and problem solving for greater collective impact in Lincoln’s service hubs in Contra…

Mourning the African American lives lost during COVID 19

Mourning the African American lives lost during COVID 19

 8/26 at 6-7:30pm – Mourning the African American lives lost during COVID 19  Moderated by Gigi R. Crowder, L.E. and her statewide team of CalHope COVID-19 Crisis Counselors. We encourage those on the fence about being vaccinated to attend and share their concerns. We want to learn together with listening ears and compassion.

Bay Area Doctors at Roots Community Health Center Provide Straight Forward Information on COVID Risks for Oakland Families

Bay Area Doctors at Roots Community Health Center Provide Straight Forward Information on COVID Risks for Oakland Families

So far in Alameda County, there were 99,681 recorded COVID-19 cases, more than 2,500 more cases than last week, and 1,291 COVID deaths. Published 4 days ago onAugust 13, 2021 By Ken Epstein The Roots Community Health Center, located at 9925 International Blvd. in Oakland, is hosting an online weekly People’s Health Briefing on Facebook, offering…

Dr Noha is a panelist speaker for Housing California’s 2021 Virtual (Un) Conference -Tuesday 6/22/21 at 4-5pm PT

You are invited to a special premier of The Way Home season 2, a docu-series on the California homelessness crisis and the impacts of COVID-19. The event will feature a discussion with the filmmaker followed by a panel discussion with esteemed housing and healthcare experts. Dr. Noha is a speaker.   RSVP below to receive...