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Black History Month Lunch & Learn Series

Hey Tennesseans!

We are getting closer to Black History Month, and to celebrate I will be having a Lunch & Learn Series that will take place every Monday in February. The series will be broadcasted via Zoom, Facebook and Instagram at Noon!

The first Monday of February will be “COVID-19 & The Black Community” with Dr. Gerald Onuoha, an Internal Medicine Hospitalist.

The second Monday will be “Where the Money Reside?” with Sable Otey, a Financial Fitness Coach.

The next Monday will be “Black America & The Maternal Health Crisis” with

Breana Lipscomb, who’s the Senior Manager at the Maternal Health Center of Reproductive Rights.

The final Monday of the month will be the “State of Black Education” with Cardell Orrin, the Executive Director of Stand for Children TN.

Please join us for this exciting series. Each Monday at 12noon CST will be an opportunity to learn about issues affecting Black People and to meet a Black Person who has a seat at the table during these discussions! Register today!

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