OCHECE and Michigan Cancer HealthLink are seeking members for the new Black Men Cancer Action Council. Apply here. Meetings will start April 2020.
The BM-CAC will be made up of community members and representatives from community-based and faith based organizations, who apply their knowledge to co-design a cancer health equity agenda that focuses on Black men.
The BM-CAC will meet monthly from 9 am to noon on the second Saturday of the month in Detroit.
During our meetings we will:
- fellowship and build community;
- increase capacity among black male community stakeholders to engage as partners of cancer-related PCOR in Detroit;
- identify cancer-specific PCOR priorities based on community stakeholder input; and
- disseminate PCOR priorities and build research partnerships between black male community stakeholders and academic cancer researchers.
All interested in applying for membership on the Black Men’s Cancer Action Council should complete this online application
If you have any additional questions please contact Truman Hudson, Jr., Ed.D., Contract Manager via (Mobile) 313-717-2126 or (Email) firstname.lastname@example.org.