Month: April 2022
CHEER CHAMPION OF THE WEEK: HOPE CAFÉ, ATHENS!
The Hope Café is a grassroots community café that connects refugees, people experiencing homelessness, and struggling families with critical resources. Their primary program provides nutritious meals to vulnerable populations as it works to mitigate hunger across Athens, especially in refugee campRead More
CHEER CHAMPION OF THE WEEK: BRITTNEE M. ARCH!
This week, we celebrate the work of Brittnee Mariah Arch, a breastfeeding peer counselor, lactation educator, and full spectrum doula. Brittnee has been involved in Indigenous Milk Medicine Week since 2019. She has also worked with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) WIC andRead More
CHEER CHAMPION OF THE WEEK: SIX DIMENSIONS, LLC !
Six Dimensions is a certified women-led and Black owned research, advocacy, and practice based organization, which promotes healthy and equitable communities through innovative, strategic, culturally appropriate and sustainable public health solutions. Six Dimensions is led by Dr. Nakeitra Burse, FoRead More
CHEER CHAMPION OF THE WEEK: JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH !
Congratulations to CHAMPion of the Week, our partner institution, Jackson State University (JSU) School of Public Health, for all their efforts to improve breastfeeding among African-American populations in Mississippi! As the only accredited School of Public Health in Mississippi, the universityRead More