To become the trusted go-to source of health and wellness information for the Black community. We are dedicated to reducing health disparities and addressing information gaps through information, social media campaigns, partnerships, direct outreach, research, and advocacy.
Many decisions are made in and around Washington, D.C. every day. Some of these laws and policy decisions are helpful and many are not. Living Well Black (LWB) will take a close look at what is going on in D.C. and let you know what we’ve found. We will advocate for policies that support our efforts to improve our lives and oppose policies likely to be harmful to the community.
Because many aspects of our lives affect our health and wellness, in the future LWB will expand to provide information and strategies for increased financial stability and wealth as well as greater academic and professional success.
This symbol is the West African Adinkra symbol for a spider’s web, “Ananse Ntontan.” It represents wisdom, creativity, and life’s complexities.
Living Well Black is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.