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UNCF CELEBRATES THE LIFE AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF CIVIL RIGHTS ICON,
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., WITH EVENTS ACROSS THE NATION
Washington, D.C. (January 27, 2016) On Monday, Jan. 18th, UNCF( United Negro College Fund) honored civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with celebrations in Anderson, S.C., Detroit, Minneapolis, New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.. Please find below a summary of the various UNCF events held to honor and recognize the contributions of Dr. King, a graduate of UNCF-member institution Morehouse College.
by Douglas Green
Another Valentine’s Day is upon us – a day when it often appears that everyone else in the world has a perfectly happy committed relationship based in deep, abiding, and playful love.
In other words, a day when most of us writhe in disappointment.
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By Rosalie Alviar
Social Security Regional Public Affairs Specialist in Dallas, TX
Flint Clean Water Campaign: Health and Fitness Expert Dr. Ian Smith Partners with the Joseph Assignment Global Initiative
MATTESON, Ill., — The Joseph Assignment Global Initiative, in partnership with renowned health and fitness expert, Dr. Ian Smith, are joining the efforts to supply Citizens of Flint, Michigan with clean water.
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American Academy of Ophthalmology urges people to learn their risk factors for blinding eye disease
SAN FRANCISCO – Approximately 2.7 million Americans have the potentially blinding eye disease glaucoma, but only half are aware of it. Meanwhile, glaucoma incidence is on the rise. Researchers predict that glaucoma will affect as many as 6.3 million Americas by 2050. Before Glaucoma Awareness Month begins in January, the American Academy of Ophthalmology is sharing a list of risk factors that can lead to the disease.