Health Disparities: The Hidden Enemy

These unfair and unjust health differences, also know as social determinants of health, that adversely affect African Americans.

Just Show Up

With a Group! *****

Round up your family, friends, neighbors and meet at the expo!
The Group Who has the largest number of attendees present wins.
ALL your group members must sign in between 10AM -12 Noon!
The largest group will be announced at 1:00pm.
AFRICAN AMERICAN HEALTH EXPO
HEALTH DISPARITES: HIDDEN ENEMY
April 21, 2018 I 10:00AM-2:00PM
TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE-SOUTH CAMPUS
5301 Campus Drive I Fort Worth, Texas 76119
**** Rules ****
ALL ages welcome.
Each Member of the group sign in and only one time.

Two group representatives must be present at time of drawing.

OUR VISION

We encourage all communities to embody total health and wellness across the lifespan. This includes lives filled with good physical, emotional, mental & spiritual health.   The African American Health Expo (AAHEXPO) is dedicated to working with our community members and our many community partners to promote healthy lifestyles across generations.

Together we can achieve this vision and make a community and a world where ALL people are able to make achieving their highest level of health, a reality.

OUR EVENT

Your participation in the 2018 African American Health Expo is one way to help achieve this vision. You will become aware of the many programs and services which help us. There are screenings provided so you can become aware of any illnesses which will negatively impact our vision.

OUR APPRECIATION

We thank you for taking time to come to this expo.  Our deep appreciation is extended to the many Volunteers, Agencies, and Sponsors that participate each year.  Invite friends and bring your loved ones.  This event could not be possible without you.

OUR LOGO

The baobabs tree, totaling about a dozen species, are native to the hot dry savannas in Africa, Madagascar and northern Australia. The name baobab is taken from the Swahili language where it is also called the Mbuyu tree.

 

OUR BELIEF

Our Belief is that if you teach a community how to choose healthy foods and exercise properly through education, the community will thrive and flourish.  Families will be healthier, bonds will be stronger, and communities will be more productive.