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Chasing Solutions: Black Reproductive Health Series – Healthy Black Womanhood

When we think of healthy Black women-what is our vision of success, and how do we build concrete steps to not only raise awareness of our potential but build a whole-body map to get there by eliminating prisons of racism, paternalism, colorism, classism, sexism, sizeism, and all the obstacles that plague the medical community. And what does being healthy look and sound like? Is it free from pain and disease? The ability to control my health outcomes or something else? Healthy Black Womanhood is not possible without understanding who we are. The essence of our being starts with what is healthy for us. What do we need to tap into a healthy reservoir of womanhood? What do we deserve to know about our reproductive health as Black women? What should we advocate for when it comes to reproductive rights? And to whom, when, and where?

Get answers to these questions from our phenomenal lineup of medical professionals whose professional and personal oaths are changing medicine.

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Creating an Equitable Economic System


How do we create a more just society? What does it mean to create equity after over 400 years of bias? What is the knowledge needed to change the foundation of the United States’ economic ecosystem?

Find the answers to these questions and more in this conversation, moderated by Bithiah Carter and including Dorothy A. Brown, Reverend Damon Lynch III, and Nia Evans.

This is not a conversation on ‘financial literacy’ but an in-depth look at financial revelations. It will lift up the stench of persistent and pervasive racial bias that exists within the current economic system, including taxes, and how we can chase solutions to expedite Black economic growth.

Register for this webinar right here.

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Giving Boston and The Twin Pandemics: From Moment to Movement

“Giving Boston 2022 and The Twin Pandemics: From Moment to Movement” is the first of a two-part series of reports examining philanthropy in Greater Boston. Produced by New England Blacks in Philanthropy (NEBiP), the report was developed over the course of two years, a time marked by a unique series of historic events, including the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and the deaths of numerous Black and Latino/a/x U.S. citizens at the hands of police officers.”


To download: click the down arrow to the top left of the report. To enlarge click the box next to the magnifying glass below.