Dr Oyedeji (Deji) Ayonrinde earned his medical degree in Nigeria, specialized in general and addiction psychiatry in the UK, with qualifications in the history of
In a concerted effort to welcome and support Black migrant workers in Western Ontario, community organizations came together to plan the first ever Windsor-Essex Caribbean Health Fair.
Toronto is one of the few cities that celebrate all of August as Emancipation Month. It’s a time for celebration and contemplation, rejuvenation and reflection
Stephen Blizzard, MD (1928 – 2020) was a pilot, physician, decorated peacekeeper, and became an authority in aviation medicine. He was born in Trinidad and
Black men are 76% more likely to get prostate cancer and 2.2x more likely to die from it. That is why The Walnut Foundation hosted
On Friday April 21st, PHAC held a press conference acknowledging Black organizations that led the work of engaging community in culturally affirming ways. The work
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