“It is hard to believe that what started off as an idea, a suggestion, even a challenge has now evolved into a reality. This truly is the stuff of which dreams are made.” Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony, President, Detroit Branch NAACP.
April 23, 2020 – Today it was announced that 51,000 Detroit school children and their parents will have access to laptops and the internet. A few weeks ago, this was only a thought in the minds of a few very dedicated people. Now children all around this city, regardless of economic, social or racial status will become more knowledgeable, more prepared, and more confident in their future.
Partners in this effort are the Detroit Branch NAACP, DTE Energy, DPSCD, Quicken Loans, The Skillman Foundtaion, City of Detroit, General Motors, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
The disparities in health care are at the forefront of the disastrous effects of COVID-19 in African American communities. Join the Detroit Branch NAACP for a community tele-townhall as we discuss Myths, Medical Treatment and Moving Beyond COVID-19 in Detroit.
Topic: “Coronavirus in the African American Community: Myths, Medical Treatment and Moving Beyond COVID-19.”
Guest speakers: Dr. M. Roy Wilson, MD, MS; President of Wayne State University Dr. Joneigh S. Khaldun, MD, MPH; Chief Medical Executive for the State of Michigan
Anyone can participate on the call by using the information below. You do not need to sign up for any special accounts to access the information. Invite your friends, family and colleagues to dial in, listen and learn.