FEBRUARY HEART HEALTH MONTH

This February and every month, please take these important tips to heart:

  • Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America
  • Heart disease is the # 1 killer of Black women
  • Protect your heart by leading a healthy lifestyle, including engaging in regular
    physical activity and eating a healthy diet (10 minutes of exercise helps your
    heart)
  • Less screen time is heart-healthy
  • Stress and heart disease go hand in hand
  • More sleep is better for your heart (at least 7 hours)
  • Laughter protects your heart

Source:
The American Heart Association and The National Institute of Health, NHLBI

 #OurHearts #IAmTheChange

OTHER NEWS

THE BLACK WOMEN’S AGENDA, INC. ENDORSES KETANJI BROWN JACKSON’S  NOMINATION TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT

THE BLACK WOMEN’S AGENDA, INC. ENDORSES KETANJI BROWN JACKSON’S NOMINATION TO THE U.S. SUPREME COURT

The Black Women’s Agenda, Inc. (BWA) today announced its enthusiastic support for President Joseph Biden’s nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court. “While there are many individuals, including numerous Black women, who are exceptionally qualified to assume a seat on the nation’s highest court, Ketanji Brown Jackson comes to this moment with impeccable credentials,” said Gwainevere Catchings Hess, BWA’s National President.

The Black Women’s Agenda, Inc. Launches ‘I Am the Change’ Campaign to Fight COVID-19

The Black Women’s Agenda, Inc. Launches ‘I Am the Change’ Campaign to Fight COVID-19

Supported by a grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services, The Black Women’s Agenda, Inc. on Jan. 31 will launch its national COVID-19 Public Health Education Social Media Campaign to narrow the gap of those impacted by the pandemic in the African American community. “I Am The Change: Addressing COVID-19 Here And Now!” targets members of BWA’s 24 National Collaborating Organizations, representing more than three million Black women in the U.S.

I Matter: I Vote BWA 43rd Symposium Town Hall

I Matter: I Vote BWA 43rd Symposium Town Hall

WASHINGTON, DC – Friday, September 18, 2020 – The Black Women’s Agenda, Inc. (BWA) went on the offensive today, hosting a virtual town hall devoted to protecting and securing the voting rights of African Americans and other people of color during its 43rd Annual Symposium. Moderated by Heather McGhee, Board Chair, The Color of Change, a panel of prominent political activists and observers – including Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, President, Repairers of the Breach and Co-chair, Poor People’s Campaign; Dr. Johnetta B. Cole, anthropologist, educator and Board Chair of The National Council of Negro Women, Inc.; Dr. Eddie S. Glaude Jr., an esteemed author, commentator and Chairman of Princeton University’s Department of African-American Studies, and Aisha C. Mills, a nationally renowned political strategist and social impact advisor – discussed strategies for combatting voter suppression, registering and engaging African-American voters, and ensuring that they have the opportunity to make their voices heard.

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