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World Cancer Day Phil Young Experience Jazz Charity Event 2019

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ABOUT PHIL YOUNG and PHIL YOUNG BAND

There are two reasons Phil Young is an uptown legend. First, for his work as a florist: for many years, he ran the Carolina Flower Shop, one of Harlem’s oldest and most beloved stores. Second, for his drumming: in the early sixties, when Phil was in his teens, his band won a competition at the Apollo Theatre. The legendary blues and R. & B. singer Bobby (Blue) Bland happened to be there, and asked Young to tour with him in night clubs around the country. A music career drumming for the likes of George Benson and Dizzy Gillespie followed

Visit Lenox Sapphire every Thursdays and Gin Fizz on world cancer day to meet Phil Young and hear his band healing your soul.

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-healing-power-of-jazz/amp

PHIL YOUNG SPEAKING ABOUT HARLEM AND MUSIC

https://a002-vod.nyc.gov/html/videos.php?id=3722

ABOUT WORLD CANCER DAY

World Cancer Day is the one singular initiative under which the entire world can unite in the fight against the global cancer epidemic. It takes place every year on 4 February. It is a global event, aiming at uniting the world’s population in the fight against cancer. It is aimed to save millions of people from dying from cancer through early cancer education, prevention and treatment. The world cancer day is a chance to reflect on what we can do together, take action in unity. The day we can decide how we can make a difference in our society, empower cancer survivors an honor those who give back to our community especially those who support cancer related programs. The origins of World Cancer Day can be traced all the way back to the Union for International Cancer Control, or UICC, in 1933.

The theme for WORLD CANCER DAY 2019 is WE CAN, I CAN, it therefore taking place under the same tagline in 2017, exploring how everyone as collective we can do our part to reduce the global cancer burden.

The theme I CAN, WE CAN, is focusing on the following

  • Inspire to take action
  • Join forces to make a difference
  • Cancer prevention
  • Making healthier lifestyle choices
  • Creating healthy schools
  • Support of others
  • Improve access to cancer care
  • Investing in cancer control
  • Supporting cancer patients

SinomusaNothando Community Development and Phil Young Blues Band has chosen Feb , 2 , 2019 o celebrate this special life changing day with you.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION AND SUPPORT

Donations for Medical Mission 2019 in South Africa, Lesotho and Namibia are highly encouraged and welcomed. The aim for this trip to Africa is to host free cancer awareness and screening to the rural, illiterate community that had been serviced by Dr. Thandeka Mazibuko and SinomusaNothando Community Development

ABOUT SINOMUNOTHANDO

SinomusaNothando Community Development is a registered NPO , NGO since 2007, founded by Dr. Thandeka Mazibuko, which advocates for early detection of diseases, providing free health services to the rural community for more than 10 years. We have had successful interventions not only in South Africa but, Namibia, Kenya, Africa and Texas and New York City – USA.

SinomusaNothando (Zulu word for we have care, love and generosity) is an organization founder by an award winner, medical doctor, a Radiation Oncology Medical Officer from South Africa, Thandeka Mazibuko (MD). SinomusaNothando Community Development is in New York City for the following

  1. Launch of New York-South Africa Medical Mission 2019
  2. Celebrate World Cancer Day
  3. Highlight the need for building cancer centers in Africa
  4. There are 8000 cancer patients waiting for cancer treatment in South Africa, Durban

Our organization, SinomusaNothando believes that together we can find a cure for cancer.

United We Stand, We can beat cancer and can Do Better, divided we fall ! !

DR. THANDEKA MAZIBUKO

The Founder of Women of Magnitude Awards and SinomusaNothando Community Development, Thandeka Mazibuko (MD) is a child of a domestic worker, a women who has broken the cycle of illiteracy and poverty as a rural women who became the only medical doctor from her village of Kwanyuswa, South Africa, becoming a role model for young girls through hard work, determination and persistence. A multi Award winner and a doctor specializing in Radiation Oncology, trained in South Africa.

This is what her University says about Dr. Thandeka Mazibuko

http://ndabaonline.ukzn.ac.za/UkzndabaStory/NdabaOnline-Vol2-Issue44/Standard%20Bank%20Rising%20Star%20Recognition%20for%20KZNs%20Zero%20Cancer%20and%20Womens%20Health%20Advocate%20/

She has contributed immensely to the cancer industry for more than a decade both academically and through her advocacy for cancer awareness and early cancer detection.

Through the work of Dr. Mazibuko’s foundation, SinomusaNothando Community this concept was born through having its footprints across the African continent creating awareness of health especially cancer, women empowerment and upliftment of rural communities, she has further realized that those women who strike the rock for liberation of woman and women economic emancipation come from south Africa and beyond.

Dr. Mazibuko is visiting New York City, rotating at few Hospitals that specialize in treating cancer with Radiation and Chemotherapy. Her major research interests are on cervical cancer and aids related malignancies. She is the Women and Men of Magnitude against cancer. She has been honored with multiple awards including Oprah Heroine 2010, South African of the ear Finalist 2015 Regional Business Women of the year 2012, Standard Bank Rising Star Finalist; she was also honored with Prominent Women of Africa 2014. Dr. Thandeka Mazibuko believes that united we can find cure and that Great work must be honored. The Women and Men of Magnitude!


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