Should a physician’s prescription drug utilization history be confidential information? According to courts in three states, it should be.
Although the data in question is not HIPAA protected as it is not personally identifiable PHI, the states wo ...
Posted Thursday, May 19th 2011 at 9:33AM
If you're a full-time or part-time college student in Columbus, OH, or know someone who is, this opportunity is for you!
ASCEND: The Black Professional Association of Columbus is interviewing for two volunteer, part-time internship positions:
Posted Saturday, April 24th 2010 at 11:29AM
Primus King launched a successful legal challenge against Black voter disenfranchisement in Georgia in 1944, 20 years prior to the well-known voting rights movement. ...
Posted Wednesday, November 5th 2008 at 12:28PM
Charlie Sifford (1922- ) is considered by many in the sport to be the “Jackie Robinson” of professional golf. Sifford was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, where he spent his youth at a caddy at the Carolina Country Club. Charlie Sifford’s status as a legend in Black golf was sealed in 2004, when he was admitted to the World Golf Hall of Fame, the first African-American golfer to be so honored. In an interview with the Arizona Republic, Sifford, with his trademark cigar in hand, reminisced about the threats and insults of racist competitors, and reflected on the lack of young Black athletes in the game. “Only the strong can survive out here. They counted me out 25 years ago, but I'm still here.”
Posted Wednesday, July 16th 2008 at 3:48PM
Mary Ellen Pleasant, referred to as the "mother of civil rights" in 1860s California, is a figure that isn't well-known in modern Black history, but was a famous abolitionist, entrepreneur, and social figure who saved countless lives helping slaves escape to freedom. It was actually Pleasant wh ...
Posted Monday, February 11th 2008 at 2:12PM
Charlayne Hunter-Gault is a woman of distinguised “ firsts”. She holds a place in Georgia civil rights history as one of the first two African -American students admitted to the University of Georgia and she was the first African-American reporter for The New Yorker magazine .
Born on Feb ...
Posted Friday, February 1st 2008 at 11:55AM