In this panel discussion with DrK, the group discusses the maternal health crisis that Black women face.  The panel includes Dr Myrna Alexandra Nickens, Dr Michelle Owens, and host Tamara G.  Dr Owens is a maternal fetal medical specialist. 

Every year, 50 thousand Black women experience serious complications during pregnancy and around 700 die during pregnancy or in the year after.

In the recent past, there have been three mass shooting attacks in the US. In this video, Dr K leads the panel in a discussion on gun violence and this almost uniquely American phenomenon of mass shootings. 

The victims on the receiving end of the barrel die or are scarred for life, but there is almost universal trauma that non-victims experience as the country tries to process these acts.

Dr. Kelly Bolden of the Veterans Administration Arlington Chapter of the Links discusses plastic surgery for Black women with Dr. K.

Hosted by Ricki Fairley, this panel discusses the biggest challenges Black women face when dealing with breast cancer.

 Dr. Gigi welcomes back special guest Dr. K and a few friends to help us understand more about lung cancer and the impact it has on black men.