Listen as Dr. Darrell Gray and Aaron Conley share their stories and common passion for health equity.
Led by The Ohio State University's Electra Paskett, PhD, MSPH, and Heather Hampel, MS, LGC, this statewide cancer research initiative is focused on addressing the high death rates from breast cancer among African American women in Ohio.
Listen to StoryCorps COLUMBUS, as Jonathan William Tolbert IV talks to his father, John W. Tolbert III about how Marshall Major Taylor became the namesake for a Columbus-based bicycle club that's 40 years old.
In this episode, Chasity Washington, Director of the OSUCCC – James Center for Cancer Health Equity, explains how the history of racism, and explicit and implicit bias combine to impact minorities and create health disparities.
Vernon Reams' cancer almost went undiagnosed. Thankfully, his son Joshua discovered what was overlooked on the scans the first time and his dad was able to get the treatment he needed. Today, Joshua participates in Pelotonia in honor of his dad and others.
Every Black History Month, we tend to celebrate the same cast of historic figures. This month we are focusing instead on 28 seminal Black figures – one for each day of February – who don’t often make the history books.
This initiative provides navigation for women seeking breast and cervical cancer screenings. The Ohio Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program pays for screening services for women who are uninsured or underinsured.
Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe, a professor at the University of Brighton’s School of Education, has launched a new website site called antiracismcycling.com, and the site is dedicated to advancing conversations about inclusivity and overcoming bias in the sport.
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