Ladies, did you know that 1 in 500 African Americans are affected by Sickle Cell Disease? Stop by the Virginia Blood Services booth at the Radio One Women’s Empowerment this Saturday for more information.
Tommy Page served in the US Military and did not know he carried the Sickle Cell Trait. He marries and his wife carried the Sickle Cell Trait as well. Were their children born with Sickle Cell Disease? Play audio featuring a testimony from Tommy Page here..
On Saturday, September 20, 2014 Radio One presents the One VIP Women’s Empowerment at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, 403 North Third Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Event time 12pm-5pm doors will open at 11am.
The forum will feature dynamic women poised enough to share their real life stories of tragedy to triumph. We will uncover the smiles behind the trials and give women the tools to claim the victory in all aspects of their lives. We will have in-depth discussions about health, finances, fitness, relationships and entreprenuership.
Ladies we take care of families, homes, cars and others better than we take of ourselves. This should not be. Be good to you and your body will be better equipped to take care of others.
One VIP Women’s Empowerment Guests:
Also, featuring Black Men Revealed, Live demonstrations, Interactive forums, Author’s row, and hundreds of vendors. Purchase tickets at BK Music (Strathford Hills Shopping Center), All Little Caesar’s locations, online at Etix.com and the Radio One Richmond studios.
Sickle Cell Disease: Women’s Empowerment Day 3 With Community Clo was originally published on kissrichmond.com