Three Days That Changed the Thinking About Black Women’s Health

Articles, Health Medical Care, Racial Equity | December 15 2023
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By Dara Mathis, New York Times

On June 24, 1983, Byllye Avery welcomed 2,000 Black women to Spelman College for the First National Conference. They shared their stories, inspiring remarkable change and a reminder of how health is inevitably affected by racism.

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