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PBS NewsHour May 21
WATCH LIVE: HUD Secretary Ben Carson testifies before the House Financial Services Committee
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Rep Ayanna Pressley 22h
Back at committee, where I'm finally getting question Sec. Carson's negligence & inability to combat our nation's affordable housing crisis. The residents of the have been waiting far too long his to do its job.
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NLIHC 21h
Yes, ! We will answer the question failed to answer. GOOD HOUSING IS GOOD HEALTH!
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 21h
. is breathing 🔥 in FSC right now and it is glorious to watch. Good job sis.
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Suzy Khimm 21h
. rips into Ben Carson for proposing steep cuts to public housing, showing photos of horrific health/safety conditions. "Would you let your grandmother live in public housing, under these conditions?" Carson refuses to answer.
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Rep Ayanna Pressley 19h
.’s cruel policies under are devoid of empathy & humanity. If we do not invest the necessary funds today, we will pay the price in people’s health tomorrow & the secretary made it clear that he couldn’t care less
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Rep Ayanna Pressley 18h
You know what the American people deserve ? Justice. Tell me how tearing apart immigrant families and subjecting our seniors & babies to mold infested walls, raw sewage & crumbling buildings is acceptable. I’ll wait.
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Quinn Capers, IV May 16
The average physician works 30-40 years. Believe me, at your retirement party after a 40 yr career as a physician, you will not care that it took you an extra year or two to get into medical school. DON'T RUSH. DO IT RIGHT. TAKE YOUR TIME.
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Quinn Capers, IV May 16
Replying to @DrQuinnCapers4
When take the philosophy of "Even though my (fill in the blank) is not competitive, I plan to apply anyway JUST TO SEE," it is because they cannot fathom waiting another yr before applying. Don't let being in a rush cause you to make a bad decision. Be pt.
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Quinn Capers, IV May 16
Replying to @DrQuinnCapers4
Don't underestimate how soul-crushing it can be to get a rejection letter. Also, reapplicants are under more scrutiny. Admissions committees will want definite evidence that you worked hard to improve between application # 1 and # 2. DON'T TAKE THIS LIGHTLY!
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Replying to @leejohnsoniii
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Kevin M. Sloss earned his Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, in Community Health Sciences. He is currently earning his MMA from Capella University, and plans to pursue a DrPH in Fall 2020.
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Anthony Adebayo Adetomiwa attended the University of North Texas Health Science Center to obtain a Master’s in Public Health. He recently graduated from Ross University School of Medicine, and is a First Year Pediatric Resident
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Replying to @UWF
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Replying to @UCOBronchos
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Travis Mitchell graduated with his BSN from the University of West Florida. Recently, he started his career as a Cardiovascular Nurse. He plans to continue his education to become a Nurse Anesthetist.
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Replying to @DrRaphC @UofAlabama
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Raphael Coleman, PhD, MPH May 16
I love this! More Black men engaged in Health promotion/Education efforts!
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Replying to @Columbia
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Black Men in Public Health May 16
Replying to @UofAlabama
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