April 2006
Jet;4/10/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 14, p40
The article discusses actress, dancer, and choreographer Debbie Allen's participation in the "Be Powerful" campaign, which worked with Howard University students to rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. The organization also encourages African-Americans to take control of their health and to raise awareness about racial disparities in health-care.


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