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Obama Honors Negro League Players at White House

I’m glad that now Obama can do what he wants to do he chooses to do something historical for black people on top of all that he has already done, God bless our president, Obama!!!

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WASHINGTON (AP) —President Barack Obama on Monday honored former baseball players in the Negro League, a haven for African-American players who for decades were prevented from competing with white players in professional baseball.

The White House said Obama invited about a dozen players to the White House to mark their contributions to American history, civil rights and athletics. The players competed for teams like the Philadelphia Stars, New York Black Yankees, Indianapolis Clowns and Boston Blues.

The Negro League thrived in the early part of the 20th century. Its decline started after Jackie Robinson in 1947 became the first African-American to play Major League Baseball in modern times, clearing the way for other black players to compete in the major leagues. The league disbanded a few years later.

(AP Photo: Former Negro League player Minnie Minoso)

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The Thing That Can Save Black Men’s Lives

Anything that has anything to do with saving the lives of black men needs immediate attention

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Drs. Rob and Karla Robinson of The Urban HousecallWhat is The Urban Housecall?

Drs. Karla and Rob Robinson are the hosts of the popular radio show “The Urban Housecall.” They’re also a happily married couple!

One of the many topics that this dynamic health duo is promoting is men’s health, ranging from high blood pressure, heart disease, and diabetes to nutrition, fitness, weight control, and emotional health.

So, what is their prescription for getting black men healthier?

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Men’s Health: Today’s Statistics 

Statistically speaking, almost half of all men under the age of 50 don’t have a primary care physician and therefore:

  • Don’t take part in screening tests and preventive health measures.
  • Are 2-3 times more likely to die from highly preventable and/or treatable chronic diseases and illnesses.

Early detection and intervention can improve this health disparity in the urban community. Below is the top thing black men…

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