African-American Vernacular English - Wikipedia
Seeking the Promised Land: African American Migrations …
In August 2015, the California Senate issued a Proclamation designating African American Women’s Health Legacy (AAWHL) month throughout the state. In August, 2016, AAWHL partnered with the University of California, Davis Health System and the Irene Betty Moore School of Nursing for a conference to Preserve Our Legacy: Advancing African-Americans in Nursing Conference with panel discussions on past, present, and future African American nursing accomplishments and highlighting opportunities for career advancement. More than 200 people attended. In 2017, conference plans will focus on the nursing and allied health pipeline that includes countywide nursing programs.
Choral Conductor School 2018 15 – 18 January 2018
Yes2Kollege’s African American Women’s Health Legacy (AAWHL) program empowers and educates women and girls to take control and better manage their chronic diseases through self-management, healthy eating, and active living. Participants access community services and resources to improve their physical and mental health, acquire leadership skills to advocate for chronic disease prevention and conduct workshops and conferences to advance the healthcare workforce.