National Negro Health Week 1915:  NNHW was established in 1915 by Booker T. Washington.  The movement combined health and sanitation activities with rallies, speeches, and sermons, all designed to improve negro health.

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Year Round Health Program": While centered around a week in April, the NNHW movement extended throughout the year, with focused goals for each month.  The overall objective for the year 1915 was “Help Yourself and Your Community to Better Health”.
 

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27th NNHW: 1941 Special Objective: Personal Hygiene and First Aid Preparedness.
 

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32nd NNHW: 1946 Special Objective: A Healthy Home in a Healthy Community: Health Education and Health Services.

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33rd NNHW: 1947 Special Objective: Community-Wide Cooperation for Better Health and Sanitation.

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35th NNHW: Special Objective: Cooperate with Your Health Agencies and Your Neighbors for Better Health and Sanitation in Your Community.

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36th NNHW: Special Objective: Evaluation Anniversary of the National Negro Health Week Program.

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