fiight through word and deed to improve
economic and cultural conditions that are part
of the social deteminants of health


life families, communities and the nation
through better health and health care


teach best practices for health care in
underserved communities and inform national leaders on
the impact of access to care

Latest News

    • 12 MAR 14
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    [Event] Affordable Care Act Roundtable

    On August 28th, Urban League of Greater Atlanta and Morehouse School of Medicine – Community Voices sponsored a roundtable luncheon for elected officials and members of democratic and republican parties. This forum including a discussion of the role of medical education and the need to create a culturally competent and accessible health care workforce, an

    • 10 MAR 14
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    National Urban League and Community Voices regional faith and leaders summits

    In partnership with the National Urban League, Community Voices will engage public, private, faith-based and philanthropic leaders in two regional summits focused on addressing mass incarceration of African American and Latino boys and men.  Now or Never is a national campaign that seeks to increase awareness of high incarceration rates, develop a framework for reducing

    • 10 MAR 14
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    Community Voices is proud to the announce the launch of the PATH

    Community Voices is proud to the announce the launch of the PATH (PATH : Preparing Adolescents To Be Tomorrow’s Heroes) initiative with funding provided by METRO Neighborhood College. The PATH program is designed to transform at-risk youth and increase their employability by providing social support through peer and community based mentors, mobilizing service based organizations

    • 18 DEC 13
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    The Affordable Care Act: Leadership Challenges and Opportunities

    From the perspective of the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine, the implementation of the Affordable Care Act is an unusual but opportune occasion to move forward in our goal of eliminating disparities in health. Lack of access to quality healthcare disproportionately impacts minorities, persons in rural communities, persons with disabilities and mental disorders, and sexual minorities. Once fully implemented,