Follow Up Post:
I still support the positive points of the Self Made series that are highlighted in my last post. However, after learning about Annie Malone, I wish that the Self Made serious would have included Annie Malone’s success instead of including a fictitious rival.
Although I am glad this fictitious rival bought up the toxic effects of Colorism, it would have also been nice to see another black woman succeeding during a time where this was increasing diff
As part of my Self Care this week, I binged Self Made on #Netflix last night. As a black woman, I am so excited that this empowering story is being told. Here are my favorite messages from the series thus far:
1. Resilience. We watch Madame CJ Walker overcome a traumatizing past, betrayal, rejection and a house fire. Despite these challenges, she continues to prioritize her business.
2. Processing Cognitions. I love that this series provides imagery for Madame CJ Wa
I am grateful that I had the opportunity to work on a paper titled, Charity Care Characteristics and Expenditures Among US Tax-Exempt Hospitals in 2016, with esteemed colleagues: Christopher Goodman MD (lead author), Janice Probst PhD and Allen Brett, MD. The paper was accepted for publication in the American Journal of Public Health (AJPH). The online version was published today! The paper's objectives are as follows: examine content of financial assistance polices (FAPs) am