Funding & Sustaining Health Justice Work with Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo
In this episode we interview Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo, a Black female physician with nearly 20 years in pediatrics, the co-founder of Strong Children Wellness an integrated health practice network for marginalized children and families in New York City and the founder of Melanin & Medicine, a health equity consultancy helping Black, Indigenous, and People of Color health practitioners to have funding to sustain their health justice work.
Visit Strong Children Wellness to learn more about how they provide integrated medical, social, and mental health services within community based organizations. And visit Melanin & Medicine to learn how they support BIPOC to expand their practices and secure funding.
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