FOX 6 Morning News Anchor Kim Murphy, Marquette Baylor, president of the Milwaukee Chapter of the National Association of 100 Black Women; Dr. Ericka Vaughn of Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Christian romance author Jae Henderson (author of the debut novel, Someday) and Dr. Alicia Walker, president of Cream City Medical Society (from left to right) participated in a panel discussion on women and girls health care issues last weekend as part of 100 Black Women Milwaukee’s “Fit for a Tea” Health Discussion at the Aloft Hotel, 1230 Old World Third Street. The discussion was moderated by Henderson.
(Photo by Yvonne Kemp)
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