The Center for Black Health & Equity has a broad strategic partner network, staff and board members with experience and expertise in many areas of tobacco use, cancer and HIV/AIDS prevention.
Trainings and Workshops
Through training series and practical workshops, The Center staff can build the capacity of community members and state-level decision makers to serve more effectively or influence policy change.
Current Trainings Include:
- Health Justice: The History of African Americans & Tobacco
- Pathways to Freedom: Leading the way to a Smoke-Free Community
- Getting Noticed: Successful Marketing/Public Relations for the African American Community
- Establishing a 501(c)(3) Organization
- Community Organizing and Building Grassroots Coalitions
- Language Matters: Reducing HIV Stigma
- Responding in Faith: Faith Leaders’ Role in HIV-related outreach
- Good Neighbor: Transforming Retailers into Tobacco Control Advocates
- Too Woke to Smoke: Utilizing the Youth Voice for Policy Change
For an unforgettable keynote address can inspire and teach your how audience to take action. Our speaker’s bureau consists of African American social justice experts and public health professionals from across the country. To learn more, or to become a listed speaker, contact Channte Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete list of available speakers coming soon.
We provide tailored technical assistance and capacity-building consultation to organizations seeking to do health justice work in the area of tobacco control, cancer prevention and education, and HIV communications and campaign promotion.
Sessions can range from ½ day to ongoing on-site or web-based support.
All offerings are focused on outreaching to the African Americans or supporting policy-change initiatives that benefit people of African descent.