8/20/19 - Bunting Neighborhood Leadership 2018 Fellow Jonathan Moore- RTV Radio Show – Radio On Fire News
2018 Fellow, Jonathan Moore, sat down with Restoring the Village Radio to talk about his partnership with PiKaso and the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and the work they are doing in the Sandtown-Winchester Community.
Senator Barbara Mikulski and Dr. Katrina Bell-McDonald talked with CBS Baltimore about the events of 1968 and what that means in 2018. Both guests were panelists for our 2018 Social Determinants of Symposium, Voices of Social Change that took place Monday, April 30.
Marc Steiner sits down with TRNN Executive Producer and former political prisoner Eddie Conway and Baltimore activist Durre Smith about how Baltimore's movements and conditions have changed since the city's unrest 50 years ago. Both guests were speakers discussing activism in Baltimore at our 2018 Social Determinants of Symposium, Voices of Social Change that took place Monday, April 30.
Community advocate, Ralph Moore met up with WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore to discuss what it was like living in Baltimore in 1968. He was a panelist for our 2018 Social Determinants of Symposium, Voices of Social Change that took place Monday, April 30.
The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute named Newborn Holistic Ministries the winner of the inaugural Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award.
10/13/11 - An immortal legacy: Hopkins and the community reflect on contributions of Henrietta Lacks at second annual lecture - Inside Hopkins
On Oct. 1, more than 650 researchers, health care providers and community members came together to honor a woman who changed the face of modern medicine without ever knowing it.
10/10/11 - Inaugural Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award winner announced Urban Health Institute honors work of Newborn Holistic Ministries - The JHU Gazette
The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute has announced that Newborn Holistic Ministries is the winner of the inaugural Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award.
Urban Health program funds JHU-community collaborations.
2/10/2011 - Hopkins Provides Free Specialty Care for Nearby Residents - Afro
The Access Partnership (TAP), in which Hopkins doctors volunteer free specialty-care services to uninsured residents living near Johns Hopkins Hospital and Bayview Medical Center.
12/30/2010 - Video: UHI Associate Director Chris Gibbons talks to CNN about how websites like Groupon offer health care discounts and deals - CNN
Doctors learn to prescribe more than medication, as program seeks to redefine city's health.
7/14/2010 - Johns Hopkins to Assess East Baltimore Health - Afro
The UHI is in the beginning phases of planning a health assessment for residents in East Baltimore.