The freedom to wear white

There is a movement sweeping through the heart of Atlanta. If you listen closely you may hear about it, but you are much more likely to see it first. In communities across the metro area and beyond, women everywhere are wearing white pants. It doesn’t matter that it was after Labor Day (or before Easter). […]

Black Women’s Health Imperative and Tanika Gray Valburn lead fibroids dialogue

As we close out the month of July, we are also ending Fibroid Awareness Month. While 77 percent of women have fibroids, many of them don’t have severe symptoms. However, Black women are disproportionately more like to suffer from debilitating symptoms, including heavy bleeding during and between periods, painful sex, pelvic pain and back pain. […]