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ALG’s vaccine clinic was a huge success

More than 350 people received the first of two doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine during a clinic April 17 co-hosted by the African Leadership Group and the Colorado Department of Pubic Health and Environment at ALG's Aurora offices.

Register here for ALG’s April 17 Covid-19 vaccine clinic!

Get your Covid-19 vaccine at ALG's Aurora offices on Saturday April 17! Details and registration link in this story

Register here for ALG’s April 17 Covid-19 vaccine clinic!

Get your Covid-19 vaccine at ALG's Aurora offices on Saturday April 17! Details and registration link in this story

COVID-19 Health Forum Speakers List

    Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock¬† MICHAEL B. HANCOCK is Denver's 45th mayor, and second African American to hold this position. Raised in the Mile High City since 10 months old, his passion for Denver and...

Get your questions answered about Covid-19 vaccines!

The African Leadership Group will hold a Covid-19 Vaccination Educational Forum in early April, and we want to know what questions you have for the health experts who will be attending. The virtual event will...

An apple a day does not keep mental illness at bay!

After a chance meeting with a stranger, I began to ponder if this principle is one we could apply to our mental wellness. Having bumped into Maegan Yoder, a licensed mental health nurse in...

Come to ALG’s free flu shot clinic Nov. 14!

ALG and two community partners are offering a free flu shot clinic this Saturday at ALG's offices in Aurora.

Colorado’s homecare workers need your support

Home care is essential, especially now. Yet we continue to see high workforce turnover rates.  Workers are leaving due to low wages, unfair treatment, lack of benefits, little to no training, and long work hours.

Senegal rated second best in world at COVID-19 management

While the United States languishes close to the bottom of the world's country in its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the west African nation of Senegal is ranked second, behind only New Zealand in its management of the crisis.