NIA Centre Virtual Connect Event on the Impact of Colon Cancer on the African American Community
Antonia Henry, MD, MPH, a Colorectal Surgeon and Associate Chief Clinical Officer at Metro Health - University of Michigan will be our Special Guest
NIA Centre will host a Virtual Connect Event on Thursday, October 29, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. Barbara Welch, Treasurer, NIA Centre will interview special guest, Antonia Henry, MD, MPH regarding Colon Cancer and its impact upon the African American Community. Dr. Henry is a Colorectal Surgeon and Associate Chief Clinical Officer at Metro Health – University of Michigan. NIA Centre’s Virtual Connect Event will be video conferenced live via ZOOM and broadcast on Facebook Live.
NIA Centre’s Virtual and Physical Connect Events are designed to connect leaders and the companies/organizations they represent to the African American community. Virtual and Physical Connect Events provide a way for area leaders and their companies to reach the African American community and people from other racial and ethnic groups. As a result, those that attend a Virtual or Physical CONNECT event will be able to discover how they can CONNECT with special guest(s) and/or business(es)/organization(s) they represent. Also, attendees will be able to establish great connections with one another. NIA Centre is a non-profit 501- (C)(3) organization that is leading a major effort to place an African American Cultural Center in Grand Rapids, MI. Its mission is to provide an inclusive gathering space created to inspire, build, transform, and connect, all people, of all ages. NIA Centre focuses on providing events and programming in the following six focus areas that include: Arts and Entertainment, Diversity, Inclusion, and Racial Equity, Education, Entrepreneurship and Wealth Building, Health Care, and Research. For those interested in watching NIA Centre’s live Virtual Connect Event at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 29, 2020, they may register to attend this free event by visiting the following link:
Date & Time
October 29, 2020
7:00PM - 8:00PM