Invitation From Pastor George Nicholas: Igniting Hope Conference Aug. 16-17

Greetings Friends:

Over the past five years I have been working with a group of dedicated citizens to Illuminate eliminate race-based health disparities in our community.

Last year we had our inaugural Igniting Hope conference at UB medical school. Over 300 citizens came listened and Shared their ideas on how to address the social determinants of health which drive the unacceptable health outcomes in the African-American community. This year we are again gathering at the Jacob School of Medicine on August 16 and 17th for part two of Igniting Hope. This year our focus will be on producing comprehensive solutions to address the social determinants of health in order to bring health equity for the African American community .

As a partner in making our community a great community for all, I am asking for your support for this conference.

Here is the link for how to register for igniting Hope 2019: https://tinyurl.com/y4ntv3t2

Please click here for a message from Rev. Nicholas and other members of the African American Health Disparities Task Force

I’m asking you to register and share the day with us in August as well as forwarding the information on this conference to your network. Your support and participation in this effort will help us close the gap on the unjust health disparities which plague the African-American community. With your help I know we can bring health equity for all.

Thank you and advance for your support.

Pastor George F. Nicholas, MDiv, Senior Pastor, Lincoln Memorial United Methodist; and Convener, African American Health Disparities Task Force

MEDIA COVERAGE: IGNITING HOPE BUFFALO AND AFRICAN AMERICAN HEALTH DISPARITIES TASK FORCE 

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