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Here you will find Black Family Summit (BFS) news, announcements, articles, media and document posts. Institute of the Black World 21st Century (IBW21)

Say Their Names — Remembering some of those we lost to police killings in recent years.

Say Their Names

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, News & Current Affairs

Remembering some of those we lost to police killings in recent years. At BACW… We stand up against racism. For the victims we know. For those we don’t know. We remember it could have been us. We say their names. We see their faces. We tell their stories. We stand up against racism. “I believe that there will ultimately be a clash between the oppressed and those that do the…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Movement for Black Liberation

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

By National Conference of Black Lawyers (NCBL) — The COVID-19 pandemic presently sweeping the world exposes the continuation of centuries-old, deeply entrenched racial inequities that are embedded in the very fabric of the United States and the world. NCBL’s mission is the dismantling of this structural racism by serving as the Legal Arm of the Black Liberation Movement. This pandemic has underscored the need for the United States’ federal, state…

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National Black Nurses Association and the Black Nurses Association, Miami Celebrate National Nurses Week, May 6-12, 2020 with Free Webinar: COVID-19 & Mental Health Consequences

Free Webinar: COVID-19 & Mental Consequences: Tips on How to Improve Mental Health Well-being

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

National Black Nurses Association and the Black Nurses Association, Miami Celebrate National Nurses Week, May 6-12, 2020 with Free Webinar: COVID-19 & Mental Health Consequences The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges and aggravated existing obstacles to mental health care and well-being. There are multifaceted issues surrounding the pandemic and therefore, nurses nationwide are grappling with an elevated level of overall stress and anxiety. This pandemic also threatens to…

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An illustration about how the coronavirus is especially ravaging the African American community. Image by Jamiel Law for the New Yorker.

COVID-19: We’re in This Together (But Who Does “We” Include?)

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

By Dr. Sharon L. McDaniel, BACW Board President — We are strong. I know we will come through this together. Whereas now there is despair, desperation and death, there will someday soon be recovery, renewal and life. I anticipate things will change. Perhaps online grocery shopping and virtual doctor visits will grow in popularity. We may also see a higher occurrence of daily hand-washing as a result of our new habits. But who is the “we” who will get through COVID-19 together? More importantly, will “we” all get through this in the same way? While a collective impact brings us together, does that same collective impact separate us more?

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NABCJ Position Statement on PPE for Frontline Workers in the Correctional Arena from COVID-19

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice Position Statement on Personal Protection for Frontline Workers in the Correctional Arena from COVID-19 By NABCJ — NABCJ is an affiliated organization of IBW21 Black Family Summit The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have deemed the Coronavirus (COVID -19) a world pandemic, however, some of the most vulnerable across the United States are in the…

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COVID-19 Ravages Communities Marginalized By White Supremacy

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus), News & Current Affairs, Video/Audio

Video: Jacqueline Luqman from The Real News Network talks with Dr. Ron Daniels about how America’s legacy of white supremacy has marginalized Black communities with redlining, segregation, poverty, and lack of access. Combating the history of abuse and mistrust is key to surviving the COVID-19 pandemic. Story Transcript: This is a rush transcript and may contain errors. It will be updated. Jacqueline L.: This is Jacqueline Luqman with The Real…

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The National Black Nurses Association

NBNA Strongly Supports a Healthy and Safe Work Environment for Nurses Who are on the Frontline Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus), News & Current Affairs

Silver Spring, Maryland — The National Black Nurses Association is distressed by the growing reports of nurses who are trying to ensure that they and all frontline health workers are protected while caring for patients in this pandemic. Martha A. Dawson, DNP, RN, FACHE, President, National Black Nurses Association, said: “It is unacceptable…

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Institute of the Black World 21st Century FEMA/Black Family Summit Emergency Management Task Force Evolving Facts about COVID-19 Impact on the Black Community

Coronavirus Fact Sheet: Evolving Facts about COVID-19 Impact on the Black Community

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus), News & Current Affairs

Institute of the Black World 21st Century FEMA/Black Family Summit Emergency Management Task Force Evolving Facts about COVID-19 Impact on the Black Community On this page COVID-19 Quick Facts COVID-19 Testing COVID-19 Harm Reduction COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Myths Quick Facts What is Covid 19 Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus…

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The Association of Black Psychologists

The Association of Black Psychologists release a Five Star Family Enhancement Plan in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Black Family Summit (BFS) Posts, COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Culturally-Grounding and Supporting Our Communities During COVID-19 Worldwide Pandemic.   By Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) — ABPsi is an affiliated organization of the IBW21 Black Family Summit. The Association of Black Psychologists, Inc. (ABPsi) is extremely concerned about this most recent threat and its psychological and emotional impact. ABPsi does not endorse or support any unsubstantiated beliefs and/or proposed strategies for responding to the COVID-19 Worldwide Pandemic. In the…

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