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African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council

AATCLC is comprised of seasoned multi-disciplined, nationally recognized tobacco control leaders from the fields of public health, public policy, community-based interventions, media advocacy, and research.



It Count

Making It Count Community Development Corporation is a non-profit organization bringing positive change to underserved communities through a series of programs and services.

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Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Arkansas

The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Arkansas (CTFA) is a network of statewide organizations with a shared mission to prevent the use of tobacco in Arkansas.

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League of

West Michigan

Urban League of West Michigan is a multi-service, impact organization created in 1943, with an overarching goal to promote stability among African American families and others and racial inclusion in our community.


No More


Mind, Body,

Spirit, INC

OUR MISSION at No More Secrets Mind Body Spirit Inc. is: To decrease uterine care and menstrual health disparities in underserved communities through the eradication of societal stigmas and propagation of resources and scientifically-based information. 


The Public


Law Center

We collaborate with others to reduce and eliminate commercial tobacco, promote healthy food, support physical activity, and address other causes of chronic disease.


The Urban League of Michigan

Our mission is to enable African Americans and other persons of color to achieve their fullest potential.


Jumping at the Sun, LLC/ WAATPN

Our Mission: To provide innovative and culturally relevant technical support to non-profit, public health, and private sectors working to improve the well-being of people living in poverty.

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Prostate Health Education Network

Prostate health education focused on African American men. PHEN’s mission includes advocacy efforts to increase the overall support and resources to wage a war on prostate cancer that will eventually lead to a cure for the disease.

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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a civil rights organization in the United States, formed in 1909 as an interracial endeavor to advance justice for African Americans.



Coalition, INC

To identify and eliminate disparities related to tobacco, marijuana, alcohol and other drug use in citizens of Fulton County.




The Mission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church is to minister to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and environmental needs of all people by spreading Christ’s liberating gospel through word and deed.


Resilient Sisterhood


The Resilient Sisterhood Project’s mission is to educate and empower women of African descent regarding common but rarely discussed diseases of the reproductive system that disproportionately affect them. 


The National Organization of Black County Officials

Since its founding in 1975, the National Association of Black County Officials (NABCO has provided a forum for networking, information and resource sharing, and issue advocacy on behalf of African-American elected and appointed county officials. 




Leonard Section, Charleston, SC

NCNW is an “organization of organizations”, a powerful network of nearly three million women. NCNW is open to all persons without regard to gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.



Ladies in

Public Health

BLiPH is a network and resource for advancing public health careers and outcomes for Black Women and the communities we serve.

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UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center

UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center community outreach focuses on cancer disparities and healthy lifestyle programs in medically underserved communities in Alabama and Mississippi.

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CrescentCare brings caregivers and the community together as partners in health and wellness for all. 

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Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

CCPH is a nonprofit membership organization that promotes health through partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions.

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Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition

The Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition (NEOBHC) is the first organization in Ohio that addresses health disparities specifically in the African American community. Addressing inequities in education, employment, housing, and health.




Dress Project

Our mission is to galvanize support and promote national awareness about the fibroid epidemic among people domestically and globally through education, research, and advocacy.


LewMar Millennium Entertainment, LLC

The LewMar Millennium Marketing Group is a Non-Profit full-service Atlanta-based public relations, marketing, and events firm reaching out to the broad, diverse, and creative communities from New York to Los Angeles.


Institute for the Advancement of Minority Health

As regional gaps continue to grow, life expectancy rates are now two to four years shorter in southern states versus those in the north. These disparities are fueled by social, economic, and behavioral factors such as lower levels of education, higher rates of tobacco use and obesity, and less social mobility.


Old North

State Medical Foundation

Established as a nonprofit corporation to provide technical program support and grants to community organizations that exist to empower at-risk youth to achieve a positive future through strengthening families and communities.

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