National Black Women's Health Imperative06/19/10 Mary Glenney
From A Woman's Point of View
Eleanor Hinton Hoytt, the executive director of the National Black Women's Health Imperative, talks about the major health problems for African American women today.
The National Black Women's Health Imperative-formerly the National Black Women's Health Project-is a leading African American health education, research advocacy and leadership developmental institution. It was founded in 1983 by health activist Byllye Avery and is the only national organization devoted solely to the health of the nation's 19 million Black women and girls.