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Project REFOCUS Albany, GA


Project REFOCUS: Albany, GA In Phase II, Project ReFocus is continuing to root its work in the community by collaborating with local teams in six pilot sites to include Albany, GA, Detroit, MI, San Antonio, TX, Lincoln, AR, Bronx, NY, and Wake County, NC. What’s Phase II? Phase II is a continuation of Project REFOCUS [...]

Project REFOCUS Albany, GA2023-01-30T09:59:28-05:00

American Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis: A Call to Action​


American Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis: A Call to Action In May, a self-proclaimed supporter of White supremacy and ethnonationalism drove more than three hours to a predominantly Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York. Upon arrival at a nearby grocery store, he pulled out a semi-automatic rifle and opened fire in the parking [...]

American Gun Violence is a Public Health Crisis: A Call to Action​2022-09-27T13:05:36-04:00

Decades later and this quote from James Baldwin's #NotesOfANativeSon remains true.

Click to read more about @PublicHealth's statement on law enforcement violence as a #publichealth issue.

📣 THIS THURSDAY! Join the #ProjectREFOCUS team as we discuss the role of #multicultural #journalists during #publichealth crises. This event is presented by @MonicaLPonder of @HowardU and @DrChandraFord of @RacialHealthEq and @EmoryRollins!


I’m having the same thoughts. We are collectively (via media framing, social media promotion, interpersonal communication) opted into a countdown we didn’t consent to, a countdown to Black trauma that will undoubtedly trigger many.


Wesley @WesleyLowery

I’m not sure what the right answer is, but there is something untoward/icky about the spectacle of counting down to the video release like this.

Happy to share that next Thursday, February 2, I will be participating as a panelist with @ProjectRefocus_ in an essential discussion on how public health professionals can strengthen their relationships with multicultural journalist, especially during public health crises.

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