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FALL EXTRAVAGANZA VIRTUAL LINE DANCE

KEEMA'S KICKIN' CREW AKA K2C

SATURDAY, October 23, 2021 @ 4:30 to 6PM

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SCHOLARSHIP INFO is HERE

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UPDATE | CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19)

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33rd Annual National Black Nurses Day Celebration

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STAND AGAINST HEALTHCARE VIOLENCE

House Bill 4100 Chief Sponsor
Representative KIFOWIT

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VOTE "YES" ON SB 339

AMENDS PRACTICE ACT

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JUNE 27

National HIV Testing Day

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MEN'S HEALTH MOMENT

National Black Nurses Association
and Ad-Hoc Committee on Men's Health

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NBNA ANNUAL
INSTITUTE AND CONFERENCE

July 23-29th

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