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OHR at DC African Wellness Fête

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The Office of Human Rights will be participating in the DC African Wellness Fête, a celebratory culmination of OAA’s three month-long health education campaign titled Think. Eat. Act. Move Africa (T.E.A.M. Africa).  The goals of the Fête are to motivate positive health behavior within the African community and increase awareness of local health services and resources.

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