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On the Phone

DIGITAL EDUCATION

Through social media, the Commission engages with community members by sharing current information on various illnesses, specifically COVID-19 and current events  impact the Black communities more than other races. The Commission also takes the opportunity to educate the audience and provide historical context on matters that affect the overall health of Black individuals in America.

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IT TAKES A VILLAGE: COMMUNITY BABY SHOWER

To address the Black maternal mortality crisis in the United States,  Black Health Commission hosts an annual intimate baby shower (during Black Maternal Health Week) where parent(s) are showered with love, given donations to help them with their pregnancy and newborn, and connect them with local social services to address mental health, housing and more

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BLACK JOY FESTIVAL

This is the Commission's annual signature fundraiser held in Orlando, Florida that brings community to come together to center joy and share community resources. There plenty of games, food, local Black-owned businesses to enjoy and support.

Group Meeting

VILLAGE TALKS

In person and virtual opportunities to engage community members in honest and open conversations on various topics such as entrepreneurship, mental health and other issues that directly impact the Black communities.

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COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING

This initiative helps us ensure that our partners are supported with volunteers to complete projects such as harvesting the local farm, phone banking during the election season and more