Awareness

If I died, who would care? I felt that way early on in my career. How did I make it through? A village of people who prayed with me and for me. They talked to me daily until I realized that my life matters. There are people suffering silently so check up on your family, […]

More than 250,000 has been raised to date, however, the ultimate goal is to raise one million dollars and we need your help.

If ever there was a need for an to raise money and awareness for a cause, we can probably all agree the current ebola epidemic…

Monday, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund launched a new nationwide campaign, National “I Love My HBCU” Month, to honor historically black colleges and universities and the pride that…

Did you know that African Americans are two times as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease? In Virginia, there are over 422,000 caregivers caring for their loved ones. Alzheimer’s is an epidemic 1 in 8 Americans has the disease. Listen to my interview with Forget Me Not Project Stakeholder, Beverly Fox

Today is National Black  HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and most people are not aware of the HIV/AIDS cases on black college campuses in the south. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a study in 2012, HIV/AIDS is growing extremely rapidly and particularly among black people. The study shows a rise of incidents in black gay men at […]

Get Educated! Get Updated! Get Tested! EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Roland Martin interviews Phil Wilson, President and CEO of the AIDS Institute. Today is National Black  HIV/AIDS Awareness Days and most people are not aware of the impact of HIV/AIDS on black college campuses in the south. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a study in […]

Miss Community Clovia talks with Richmond residents about their status and getting tested on World AIDS Day at RVA Remembers 2011. Do your part to become active, get involved and help spread awareness of HIV/AIDS. By getting tested today, you’ll rest assured that you know your status. Do the right thing! It starts with you […]

The Fan Free Clinic’s community case manager Rodney Lofton discusses HIV/AIDS services and resources available with Miss Community Clovia on World AIDS Day at RVA Remembers 2011. Do your part to become active, get involved and help spread awareness of HIV/AIDS. Visit the Fan Free Clinic online via the links provided below. By getting tested […]

Meet John, a local Richmond resident who shares his journey of life with Miss Community Clovia on World AIDS Day at RVA Remembers 2011. Do your part to become active, get involved and help spread awareness of HIV/AIDS. By getting tested today, you’ll rest assured that you know your status. Do the right thing! It […]

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there are events through out the Richmond, Tr-Cities. For more information visit these websites. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, www.nbcam.org; The American Cancer Society’s Strides Against Breast Cancer, wwww.cancer.org and The Suzan G. Komen For The Cure, www.komencentralva.org.

Despite progress made in diagnosing and treating breast cancer, an estimated 1,100 Virginia women will die this year of the disease. As Breast Cancer Awareness Month kicks off, it’s important to remember the battle goes on, said Angela Lawrence, Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation. “We focus on breast-cancer awareness in Virginia every day, every week and […]