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James Jones Jr
Apr 29, 2021
In FYI Links
Interesting article on ways to deal with the stress of dealing with this pandemic. Emphasis on self-care. From Black Health Matters. Click link for information. https://blackhealthmatters.com/living-well-diabetes/pandemic-black-latina-women-focus-more-self-care/
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James Jones Jr
Apr 15, 2021
In FYI Links
https://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/heart-failure/heart-failure-perspectives-21/heart-failure-diagnosis-treatment?ecd=wnl_hrt_041321&ctr=wnl-hrt-041321_CTA_1_Support&mb=lOhra2gMNkW6kYdsOSzL62dEpmNqbUHLvnFoJ7cjAAE%3d
Living With Heart Failure: Exercise & Diet Best Remedy! content media
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James Jones Jr
Apr 09, 2021
In FYI Links
Exercises for a bad back: https://www.silversneakers.com/blog/exercises-back/?utm_campaign=newsletter&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=120169320&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-814toCgzEubT96RdxrphvKPqAnYgBWkteWa0meoV_ncUAiY4-Sl2j02r7kJ95MbYlp2NkmIw4OCheBZvwgxQsw9pzRPHJd6i-8c__V7-2ne67B4ck&utm_content=120169318&utm_source=hs_email
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James Jones Jr
Apr 09, 2021
In FYI Links
Interesting and important information on African Americans health & wellness concerns. Check it out. https://blackhealthmatters.com/
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James Jones Jr
Mar 22, 2021
In FYI Links
Fostering Cultural Curiosity is the mission of ‘Castle Of Our Skins’. Through music this organization is dedicated to celebrating Black artistry and the exploration of Black culture & history. For more info: https://www.castleskins.org https://www.instagram.com/p/CMuM_37g4kS/?igshid=gbz7mfst85ta
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James Jones Jr
Mar 22, 2021
In Student and Alumni Events
Stony Brook Women’s basketball team plays today Monday, March 22 at 2pm vs Arizona on ESPN2. Let’s wish them well! For more info on the great season please click link below. Go Seawolves! https://news.stonybrook.edu/university/seawolves-punch-their-first-ticket-to-the-big-dance/?spotlight=hero
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James Jones Jr
Mar 15, 2021
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James Jones Jr
Mar 14, 2021
In SPADES - Black Intimacy
Spades & Bid Whist were staples of our social atmosphere at SUNY Stony Brook back in the day 50 years ago! Big fun & very competitive. photo from our STILLSOUL STONY BROOK ALUMNI & FRIENDS REUNION (October 18-20 2018)
SPADES HISTORY AT STONY BROOK content media
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James Jones Jr
Feb 09, 2021
In StillSoul Forum
Black enterprise at work! Congratulations. Special Thanks to Stony Brook Alumni Lorelei Anderson-Frances for providing this piece.
Behind The Scenes On Signing Day For Black Fives x PUMA Partnership content media
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James Jones Jr
Feb 09, 2021
ASALH Invites You To Attend The 2021 Virtual Black History Month Celebration content media
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James Jones Jr
Jan 31, 2021
In FYI Links
It's Time to Keep It Real" COVID-19 Prevention PSAs Awareness Campaign Debuts on Broadcast and Social Channels Boston, MA — With the coronavirus raging disproportionately in Black and Latinx communities nationwide, the Black Boston Covid-19 Coalition stepped up and championed an important prevention-based public service campaign designed to reach audiences of color around New England and far beyond. The new series of "It's Time to Keep It Real" public service announcements (PSA) — 30- and 15-seconds in length for television, radio, online, and social media — will be featured on these platforms beginning February 1, 2021. A holiday version of these spots, which rolled out Christmas week and ran through early January, was well received by viewers, listeners, and online friends, as well as the office of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, President-elect Joe Biden’s pick for Labor Secretary. Invaluable support also has been received from health centers, churches, community-based organizations, and community leaders around the region. The spots are already slated to air regionally and nationally on such outlets as WCVB/Channel 5, NBC 10 and all of its affiliated stations, American Urban Radio Network, WERS Radio, and community cable networks, with others soon to be confirmed. In addition, people around the country, from community leaders to citizen activists, are committed to spreading the word to help ensure that this prevention campaign has the desired reach, especially as new virulent strains emerge and impact our capacity to control the spread of the coronavirus. More information follows and is available at: BlackCovidCoalition.org SHARE THE PSA https://youtu.be/OPCdapEX4Eo NOTE: Broadcast-quality versions of "It's Time to Keep It Real" PSAs for television and radio are available on request. SPREAD THE FACTS, NOT THE DISEASE Black people are losing more family members and friends to the virus than any other group.  In fact, blacks in the US are three times more likely than whites to get COVID-19. The disease is hitting black people harder, with long-term health impacts taking a greater toll. Taking the vaccine is a choice. Speak to a health professional and ask questions to inform your decision. Covid-19 is real! However, if we work together, it can be stopped! COVID PREVENTION TIPS Wear a mask (N95) Stay 6 feet away from others that don't live with you Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces Wash your hands often Cover coughs and sneezes Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily Monitor Your Health Daily Get tested, especially when you have symptoms Get Vaccinated to Protect Against COVID-19 ABOUT BBCC The Black Boston COVID-19 Coalition (“BBCC”) is a group of stakeholders and thought leaders from Boston who have formed a united effort to demand that decisions, policies, and actions taken and resources committed to our community of residents and businesses are effective. more BBCC ONLINE Website: BlackCovidCoalition.org BBCC's Online Community: connect.blackbostoncoalition.org BBCC's Public Telegram Channel: https://t.me/BlackBostonCOVID19Coalition BBCC SOCIAL MEDIA BBCC's Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/BlackBOSCOVID BBCC's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BlackBostonCC/ INTERVIEWS ON REQUEST Dianne Wilkerson, Project Manager BBCC Boston Resiliency Fund Project [email] newday.dw52@gmail.com Dr. Bisola Ojikutu, MD, MPH Massachusetts General Hospital, Infectious Diseases  [email] bojikutu@mgh.harvard.ed Press Contact: Lynn DuVal Luse Black Covid Coalition Media Campaign NIAmedia007@gmail.com
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