Fifty years after the death of Dr. King, Making the Diaspora Healthy addressed how to tackle the biggest form of bias the slain prophet labelled -- health care inequality.

Our annual health care issue of the Journal of Black Innovation uses the global blueprint for universal care developed for the WHO by Dr. Carissa Etienne.

And we relay the findings of the working group of the International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024 to chart a path towards the promised land King saw 

To hear the 3:30 hour webinar on Making the Diaspora Healthy featuring Dr. Arikana Chihombori Quao, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the African Union and founder  of the African Diaspora Health Network; actress Ursaline Bryant, Dr. Phyllis Hubbard, health and wellness director of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement, innovator Jordan Smallwood and educators and get the special issue on the $2 Trillion Promised Land, subscribe to the Journal of Black Innovation at a special reduced rate through April 30.

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.”

— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Chicago 1966 Medical Committee for Human Rights

Dr. Phyllis Hubbard

Health and Wellness Director,                                                               Campaign for Black Male Achievement

Top 10 Wellness Strategies for Improving the Lives of Black Males and Those Who Serve them

Jordan Smallwood

CEO, Seek Health

Building Cultural Competency into Electronic Health Information Systems

Arikana Chihombori Quao, M.D.

Ambassador and Permanent Representative, African Union

African Diaspora Health Network

John William Templeton

California African-American Freedom Trail

Healing from Racial Profiling: Rodney King to Stephon Clark

The Journal of Black Innovation's health experts weight in on the daunting challenges of Making the Diaspora Healthy in an online global scientific proceeding in the Innovation&Equity Symposium recognizing the 50th anniversary of the passing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Pacific  April 11 from Civic Center Secondary School, 727 Golden Gate Ave. in San Francisco.  Journal subscribers have access to the conversation and to archived video of the entire program.  Findings will be published in the April issue of the Journal of Black Innovation.

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