Virtual Town Halls and Door Hangers

ONYX Magazine and Orlando Commissioner Regina I. Hill have taken the lead in reaching communities during the coronavirus pandemic. In a four-part virtual town hall meeting on COVID-19 and its impact in the Black community, a nationwide audience heard from experts who discussed how to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic; the importance of being counted in the 2020 Census; where to apply for business loans and jobs; why African-Americans are so hard hit by COVID-19; and how Black people could hit the reset button on our health during these hard times.

The panels, moderated by Monica May Communications, included Orlando Commissioner Regina I. Hill; and experts Shani Davis, Ph.D., of your Best You Clinic in Tampa; B. Lee Green, Ph.D. of Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa; Jason Littleton, M.D., America’s Energy Doctor of Littleton Concierge Medicine in Orlando; Cliff Marvin of CareerSource Central Florida; Patty Mason of Mason Accounting and Consulting Services in Orlando; Marilyn Stephens of 2020 Census Atlanta office; Tralonda Triplett, Ph.D., of Institute for Successful Leadership; with words from ONYX Magazine Publisher Rich Black.

ONYX Magazine and Hill also teamed up to distribute posters and door hangers on important COVID-19 health tips throughout Orlando District 5.

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