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    We’ve made it quick and convenient for you to manage your blog from anywhere. In this blog post we’ll share the ways you can post to your Wix Blog. Blogging from Your Wix Blog Dashboard On the dashboard, you have everything you need to manage your blog in one place. You can create new posts, set categories and more. To head to your Dashboard, open the Wix Editor and click on Blog > Posts. Blogging from Your Published Site Did you know that you can blog right from your published website? After you publish your site, go to your website’s URL and login with your Wix account. There you can write and edit posts, manage comments, pin posts and more! Just click on the 3 dot icon ( ⠇) to see all the things you can do. #bloggingtips #WixBlog

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  • Community | Black Equity Coalition

    Welcome to the Black Equity Coalition The Black Equity Coalition (BEC) supports the creation of equitable systems to affirm the dignity of every human being through collaborations, networks, and policymaking. The Black COVID-19 Equity Coalition is comprised of a group of physicians, researchers, epidemiologists, public health and health care practitioners, social scientists, community funders, and government officials concerned about addressing COVID-19 in vulnerable populations. Originally focused on responding to COVID-19, the Coalition quickly realized that the pandemic’s disproportionate impact on the health, well-being, and economic stability of people of color highlighted the need to address institutional racism and structural impediments that continue to plague Black, undervalued and underserved communities. Thus, the Black COVID-19 Equity Coalition committed to working on matters of racial equity beyond the pandemic’s eventual end and became the Black Equity Coalition. Join Our Community Upcoming Events Bulldog Alumni Induction Ceremony Tue, Jun 14 Westinghouse Academy Jun 14, 12:00 PM Westinghouse Academy , 1101 N Murtland St, Pittsburgh, PA 15208 Details Sign up for our newsletter! Join Thanks for submitting! Meet the Black Equity Coalition The Black Equity Coalition is comprised of doctors, community leaders, community members, and philanthropists who work in unison to create an equitable community for Black and Brown families in and around the Pittsburgh area. Like us on Facebook and follow us YouTube and Instagram to stay in the know! Our Approach We seek to establish a co-leadership coordinated collaborative strategic partnership model, using clustered social determinants of health as identifiers to target needed wrap-around services through local nonprofit organizations. We also plan to optimize the Federally Qualified Health Center’s (FQHC’s) community-oriented preventive and primary health care services for medically underserved and to address the Structural, Political, and Social Determinants of Health for the under-resourced, ethnic minorities, undocumented persons, and other vulnerable populations. Below is a graphic display of our organizational makeup. Email us at info@blackequitypgh.org to get involved! What the Data Says The Black Equity Coalition Data Group provides real-time COVID-19 updates. Click the chart above to see the most up-to-date information for Allegheny County. Information can be found on covid.createlab.org Learn More Our Projected Results 01 Create and sustain a culture that values self-sufficiency 02 Build capacity for internal monitoring for continuous improvement 03 Employ external evaluation for mission effectiveness 04 Co-create emerging responses that produce systemic change within the hubs. 05 Share learnings to promote systems change through rapid prototyping. Leadership Huddle The Black Equity Coalition is a network of government officials, scientists, academics, and community organizations who prioritize the health of black and brown residents. Click the logos below to learn more about our leadership organizations. Join our community. Leave your email to stay in the know. Join Thanks for submitting! @blackequitypgh | info@blackequitypgh.org

  • NEWSLETTERS | BlackEquityCoalition

    Newsletters Check out our latest news! The Black Equity Coalition is committed to providing accurate and reliable information to our audience on a regular basis. If you are interested in learning more about our coalition, please email us at info@blackequitypgh.org Read This Month's Newsletter Sign up for our newsletter! Join Thanks for submitting! Past Newsletters Black Equity 1.2 Join us in celebrating the second edition of our Black Equity Newsletter, authored by the leadership huddle of the Black Equity Coalition. Past Newsletters Black Equity 1.1 We invite you to enjoy volume 1, version 1, of our Black Equity Coalition newsletter! To learn more about our work, visit us online at www.blackequitypgh.org and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @blackequitypgh Get in Touch info@blackequitypgh.org

  • PRESS | BlackEquityCoalition

    In The Press The Black Equity Coalition is committed to providing accurate and reliable information to our audience on a regular basis. If you are interested in learning more about our coalition, please email us at info@blackequitypgh.org Black Equity Coalition is awarded $20k for the Open Data for Good Grand Challenge December 15, 2021 Data analysts proved what Black Pittsburgh knew about COVID's racial disparities December 7, 2021 A Matter of Trust: COVID-19 Vaccines - Celebrating Safely November24, 2021 A Matter of Trust: COVID-19 Vaccines — It’s Personal May 12, 2021 A Matter of Trust: COVID-19 Vaccines - Two Generations Talking Apr 21, 2021 The Black Equity Coalition Wants To Know More About Who’s Not Getting Vaccinated Published May 4, 2021 at 9:15 AM EDT Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show Pt. 2 Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with members of the Black Equity Coalition about the new results of a study about COVID-19 and vaccine distribution. • Apr 12, 2021 Report Shows Racial Disparity In Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout In Allegheny County PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A new report revealed not everyone is getting the same opportunity for the coronavirus vaccine in Allegheny County. ​ The Black Equity Coalition’s report says people of color are having a harder time getting the vaccine than white people. • Apr 1, 2021 From Virus To Vaccine: COVID-19 & The Black Community (Pt. 1) In an hour-long special, Lynne Hayes-Freeland is joined by experts from around the community about the COVID-19 pandemic, the COVID-19 vaccines, and why there is hesitation among the Black community to get vaccinated. In the first segment, Lynne Hayes explores the history of vaccinations and the Black community. Then she is joined by her panel of experts. • Feb 20, 2021 Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show (Pt. I) Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Tiffany Gary-Webb and Dr. Jamil Bey of Black Equity Coalition to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine and what it means for the African American community. • December 2020 Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show (Pt. III) Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Tiffany Gary-Webb and Dr. Jamil Bey of Black Equity Coalition to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine and what it means for the African American community. • December 2020 WATCH: Project CommUNITY: Just Listen - A Conversation with Black Pittsburgh Project CommUNITY: Just Listen - A Conversation with Black Pittsburgh. Because it's time for many in Pittsburgh to just listen. WHOLE-PERSON CARE A July study from the University of Pittsburgh and Yale University found Blacks have been dying from Covid-19 three times more than whites, while Latinx people die at twice the rate. By Paul J. Gough • September 10, 2020 Burnout among pharmacists slows COVID-19 booster shots December 15, 2021 Data science proved what Pittsburgh’s Black leaders knew: Racial disparities compound COVID risk December 7, 2021 A Matter of Trust: A COVID-19 Conversation June 10, 2021 The Black Equity Coalition Wants To Know More About Who’s Not Getting Vaccinated May 4, 2021 COVID Vaccine Inequity Between Black And White Allegheny County Residents Increases By Sarah Boden • Apr 23, 2021 Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show Pt. 3 Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with members of the Black Equity Coalition about the new results of a study about COVID-19 and vaccine distribution. • Apr 12, 2021 Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show Pt. 1 Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with members of the Black Equity Coalition about the new results of a study about COVID-19 and vaccine distribution. • Apr 12, 2021 Three community leaders who led COVID vaccine events in Pittsburgh offer ‘one step in the solution to a wholly inequitable process’ Navigating the COVID-19 vaccination scheduling site in Allegheny County is like taking an online final exam when none of the multiple-choice options is the right answer; a privileged few are wrecking the grading curve; and the entrance to the exam site is obscured for the poor, homeless, Black and Brown. • Feb 23, 2021 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Health Care Workers In Underserved Communities Get Vaccine To Build Trust "Unfortunately, whenever you look at vaccination rates by race or ethnicity, you see a clear disparity." • Jan 19, 2021 Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show (Pt. II) Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Tiffany Gary-Webb and Dr. Jamil Bey of Black Equity Coalition to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine and what it means for the African American community. • December 2020 Health Officials Trying To Convince People To Get COVID-19 Vaccine With vaccines on the way and distribution plans ready to go, the remaining challenge is convincing people to get the vaccine. Royce Jones has more • DEC 12, 2020 New Pittsburgh Coalition Tackles Racial Inequities And The Pandemic Black deaths from COVID-19 are higher than white deaths due in part to institutional racism and social impediments, such as poverty. The Pittsburgh-based Black COVID-19 Equity Coalition is a group of public health researchers, businesspeople and elected officials working to address those factors as a way to secure better health and economic outcomes for the black community during the pandemic. By SARAH BODEN • June 8, 2020 GARY-WEBB TESTIFIES AT PA DEMOCRATIC HEALTH COMMITTEE ON BLACK COVID-19 EQUITY COALITION THE MORNING CALL — As coronavirus cases increase in some minority communities, barriers caused by systemic racism are making it harder to provide the help those communities need, Pennsylvania doctors and public health officials said Wednesday.They were speaking at a Pennsylvania House Democratic Policy Committee hearing on health disparities related to COVID-19. By Dr. Tiffany Gary-Webb • July 15, 2020 Brown's Viewpoint: ‘This is something you can’t walk away from’ For 36 years I have lived my life in service to the citizens of Pittsburgh. As a black CEO, I have sat in professional spaces as an intermediary in this region, pondering the purpose of our collective work. Racism remains one of the greatest impediments to our collective success. By Fred Brown • June 12, 2020 A deficit of more than 250,000 public health workers is no way to fight Covid-19 What happens when a nation systematically cuts or underfunds its public health workforce? We are seeing an answer to that in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping across the United States. By Robin Taylor Wilson, Catherine L. Troisi, and Tiffany Gary-Webb • April 5, 2020 Built By A Boss By Dr. Tiffany Gary-Webb • May 17, 2020 MASERU PARTICIPATES IN PANEL THEMED AROUND HUMAN RIGHTS AND COVID-19 By Noble Maseru (BCHS), Director of the Center for Health Equity • May 6, 2020 1st Annual William "Bill" Jenkins Lecture. "Systemic Racism in the Time of COVID19" Apr 23, 2020 Community Groups Take It Upon Themselves To Feed Those In Need In African American Communities During COVID-19 Crisis “Food insecurity is not a COVID-19 issue. It’s an issue that already exists, it’s just exacerbated,” Shanon Williams said and pre-coronavirus data backs that up. One in ten Americans, one in eight Pennsylvanians, and more than one out of every five Pittsburghers struggled with food insecurity before the pandemic. By Jody DiPerna • April 28, 2020 ​ MASERU ADDRESSES HILL DISTRICT COMMUNITY FORUM ON COVID-19 ON SOCIAL EQUITY RESPONSES TO THE PANDEMIC By Noble Maseru (BCHS), Director of the Center for Health Equity • May 6, 2020 Health Equity and COVID-19 in the US and Brazil PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — African Americans are more likely to have family and friends die from COVID-19 or from a respiratory illness in the past few months, that’s according to a survey by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago. • Apr 9, 2020 ​

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