A young Black woman stands on a balcony overlooking a city. She has her eyes closed with an expression of calm and peace on her face. Photo by Jeffery Erhunse via Unsplash.
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Supporting Black Health and Wellness Organizations

As Black History Month in the U.S. continues throughout February; we've had the opportunity to celebrate the essential health and wellness contributions that Black Americans have made (this year's theme). Progress and change wouldn't be possible without the pioneers of the past and the innovators of today who are working to define the future.

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Black History Month: Words of Wellness

The theme of Black History Month in the U.S. this year focuses on 'health and wellness'; a chance to celebrate and educate about the sacrifices, innovations and contributions of those who have made a difference in all our lives. This includes the writers, poets and storytellers who share their words of truth, guidance and love with the world.

Background Image: A collection of old photographs; photo by Suzy Hazelwood via Canva. Foreground Image: A Lightbox with the words Black History Month on it; photo by Anastasiia Yanishevska via Canva.
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Black History Month: Honouring Trailblazers In Healthcare

Black History Month in the U.S. is well under way with the legacy of health and wellness change-makers and risk-takers being celebrated. Their far-reaching contributions and transformational innovations reverberate throughout history and into modern day.

A featured image collage for an Advocacy and News post on Transatlantic Notes called, Black History Month: Health And Wellness
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Black History Month: Celebrating Health And Wellness

The theme for this year's Black History Month is all about taking a look at the legacy of Black health and wellness; a celebration of past, present and future transformative innovations. Social progression cannot happen without those who determine new ways to overcome problems or improve the lives of others; something we should all learn about and acknowledge.