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As Byllye Avery, founder of both the Avery Institute and the National Black Women's Health Project, said to an audience of activists, "It's time to rev up the women's health movement again.
For example, as Billye Avery, feminist health activist and founder of the National Black Women's Health Project (NBWHP), affirmed the importance of race and class in the status of women's health, "I began to look at myself as a black woman.
com * National Black Women's Health Project (NBWHC) June 27-28 New Orleans 202-548-4000 www.
The intervention was developed primarily by health activists who were members of the National Black Women's Health Project (NBWHP), an Atlanta-based organization that promotes self-help strategies in health for black women.
Revised and expanded, 1994, by the Boston Women's Health Book Collective, the National Black Women's Health Project, the National Women's Health Network and the Women's Institute for Childbearing Policy.
Avery, founding president of the National Black Women's Health Project in Atlanta, recounted her experience at a Sept.
Since June of 1997, Williams has been providing consulting services to a number of clients, including the Scholastic Publishing Company, the Children's Defense Fund, where she was Director of Communications from 1985 to 1990, the Central European University, Arts France USA and the National Black Women's Health Project.
This project builds on work done in the early 1980s, when the National Black Women's Health Project collected hundreds of written testimonials from women using Depo and worked with the NWHN to give visibility to these women's stories.