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Malcolm X w as an African American civil rights leader prominent in the Nation of Islam. Until his 1965 assassination, he vigorously supported black nationalism.

Pictured Muhammad Ali & Malcolm X
Malcolm X's Birthday
May 19th, 1925
Malcolm X was a minister, human rights activist and prominent black nationalist leader who served as a spokesman for the Nation of Islam during the 1950s and 1960s. Due largely to his efforts, the Nation of Islam grew from a mere 400 members at the time he was released from prison in 1952 to 40,000 members by 1960. 

The fiery civil rights leader broke with the Nation of Islam shortly before his assassination in 1965 at the Audubon Ballroom in Manhattan, where he had been preparing to deliver a speech.


“May you be brave enough to expose your aching woundedness and reveal your vulnerability…”
Healthy Resources
Marcile Powers and Keevy McAlavy run Kenwood Organic Produce. What began as a brick and mortar has become a booming mobile business, offering local produce directly delivered to your door. Offering seasonally appropriate locally grown produce and a variety of organic produce, Kenwood Organic Produce is a great alternative for those looking for less potential contact. You can order one time boxes, Monthly and weekly subscription boxes are available. 

Eat healthy and getting regular exercise. But if burpees aren’t your thing, don’t worry. As long as you’re getting 30 minutes of movement a day you’re set — dance parties in your kitchen totally count. Whatever brings you joy, make time to practice it regularly. It’s even better if you can turn your self-care into a long-term project — like finishing a jigsaw puzzle or reading an entire series of books.

 Doing a little bit each day is a great way to stay healthy. Dr. Feliciano recommends doing something called “chunking.” It means focusing on a bite-sized piece of a challenge that feels manageable.

“Whether that be 5 minutes, a day, or a week at a time—find what feels doable for you,” she says.

Please review this website for your local food locations for Pinellas County Schools. Schools are providing food pick ups until the end of the school year May 29th! Click on the flyers below to expand.
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Community Health Centers of Pinellas will be offering free COVID-19 testing at the Lealman Exchange, 5175 45th Street N, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. starting this Monday, May 11th. Everyone will be tested regardless of exhibiting symptoms. They will take drive-ups and walk-ins, but they highly recommend scheduling an appointment. For more information please call 727-824-8181 and select option "0".
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