Our 11th Annual event aims to empower African American women and their families by offering tools and resources to promote: (1) healing of body, mind and soul; (2) increased knowledge and skills to combat barriers to health promoting activities; and (3) improved self-image and self-acceptance. "Clear the stigma from your crown!"
Setting Healthy Boundaries - with family and work life balance
Self-care - taking care of your mental, physical, and spiritual needs
Depression & Anxiety - signs & symptoms, de-stigmatization, and getting help
Join Dr. Sayida for the conference keynote address!
Hosted by the Riverside Community Health Foundation & the Healthy Heritage Movement in partnership with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health Nutrition Program and the San Bernardino/Riverside Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Black Maternal Mental Health Week continues with its 4th Annual educational, informative and action-prompted event -- bringing Maternal & Mental Health Leaders together to discuss the current state of Black Maternal Mental Health while bringing more awareness to the forefront and creating community-driven solutions.
Join Dr. Sayida in a riveting panel discussion!
Hosted by Shades of Blue Project
Tune in for a riveting and candid discussion designed to get the perspective of the panelists around cultural norms and the effects on the physical and mental well being for Black women and birthing individuals.
Join Dr. Sayida in a powerful panel discussion!
Hosted by Shades of Blue Project
Tune in for a panel discussion between Dr. Sayida and Rose L. Horton, CEO & Founder of Antonia & Grace Motherhood Concierge as they navigate topics around pregnancy and motherhood for the BIPOC community.
Hosted by Antonia & Grace Motherhood Concierge
Black Wellness and Prosperity Center is partnering with Frontline Doulas in an online healing conversation regarding the BODY, MIND, and SPIRIT of birth workers.
To join, scan the QR code on the flyer or click "register" below.
Join Dr. Sayida and two other dynamic Black women panelists in discussions about the importance of getting outside and connecting with nature as a means to support mental wellness and a deeper connection with oneself, the community and the environment.
Discover why environment matters
Gain tips to manage anxiety and stress using nature and environment
Learn about careers centered in uplifting the environment in the black community
Hosted by The Conservation Lands Foundation, in partnership with Black Voice News and BLU Education Foundation.
This interactive virtual training is designed to increase participants' understanding of the impacts of social determinants of health on maternal health outcomes. Through case conceptualizations and interactive activities, participants will learn how social circumstances can impact families’ experiences and outcomes as they prepare to deliver and raise child. Additionally, participants will learn strategies to incorporate this knowledge into appropriate service delivery for the families they serve.
KJLH once again returns to The Long Beach Convention Center for the 22nd Annual Women’s Health Expo. This year’s theme “Celebrate Life” is presented by Black Infant Health and will bring together best in class experts in health and medicine, mental health, financial health and technology. Join Dr. Sayida for the keynote address as well as a panel discussion that day!
Join Dr. Sayida as she kicks off the learning series with her presentation, "Strengthening Cultural Humility, Dismantling Implicit Bias for Birth Professionals."
Hosted by Generations Midwifery Services