In her latest Leading Voices blog, PSC president Judy Lubin, MPH, discusses the opportunity to reduce health disparities through comprehensive health reform. She notes “Since as far back as 1899, W.E.B. Du Bois documented racial health disparities and their link to poverty and discrimination. Today,… Continue Reading Health Reform: An Opportunity to Address Health Inequalities
PSC President, Judy Lubin, The Heart of Living Well: Six Principles for a Life of Health, Beauty, and Balance makes Amazon.com’s Top 100 Healthy Living Books for November, 2007.
PSC President, Judy Lubin, receives Cheerios Sisters Saving Hearts Award from General Mills for her efforts to reduce the impact of heart disease among black women. through her Heart and Style initiative, founded in 2005. A $5000 community grant will be donated to Judy’s charity… Continue Reading PSC President, Judy Lubin, Receives Cheerios Sisters Saving Hearts Award
Judy’s stress management tips featured in Ebony Magazine’s special section on heart disease. The issue also features Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and his wife Michelle.
The 2nd Heart and Style Conference and Fair will be held on March 18 Promotes Heart Disease and Diabetes Awareness among Black Women; Fox 5 News Anchor Shawn Yancy to Host Fashion Show Tribute to New Orleans
A Mother’s Gift Event at Echelon Mall Will Celebrate Breastfeeding on January 21; New Jersey Assemblywoman Cruz-Perez To Receive Award for Breastfeeding Advocacy
America Online, Pan American Health Organization and Westfield Wheaton Shopping Center Among Winners To Be Honored at Washington Breastfeeding Friendly Business and Community Awards on January 12
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation releases “Collective Leadership- Challenging a Bold New World: A Summary Report and Blueprint for Community Action”. The report, prepared by Public Square Communications, features session summaries from the 2003 Annual Legislative Conference and recommendations for community action and advocacy.
The National Urban League launched a new health education website at the organization’s national conference in Detroit. The content for the website was developed by Public Square Communications, and features information on 12 health issues of special concern to the African American community.
Excerpt from PG Post article on the National Professional Women’s Exchange’s Spring Tea, placed by PSC in the vaporizer pen PG Post: When a local women’s group made its debut last Saturday, it added a modern twist to a long-standing tradition by turning an afternoon… Continue Reading Tea Time for PG’s Powerful Women