Osub Ahmed inspires college healthcare heroines

Episode 11 // December 7, 2017: Through the program My Sister's Keeper, Osub Ahmed helps college women create powerful change on their campuses. Opening up conversations about sexual health and domestic violence. Promoting policies that keep women safe. Advocating for reproductive justice. 

My Sister's Keeper is part of the larger Black Women's Health Imperative, a DC-based nonprofit dedicated exclusively to black women's and girls' health. 

Learn more about:

Byllye Avery: the healthcare activist who founded BWHI (formerly the National Black Women's Health Project)
Know NO: a BWHI partner that educates young people about sexual consent