Impacting Health and Wellness in the Metro Area – CBS Detroit
Southfield (CBS Detroit) – Three Women Who Make a Difference – Col. Felicia L. Burks, Najah Bazzy and Ariana Kabodian – appear on CBS 62’s âMichigan Mattersâ this Sunday (8 a.m.) to talk about the health and well-being of our region (as we take note of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Family History Month).
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Burks, commander of the 82nd Medical Group at Sheppard Air Force Base, appears with Carol Cain, Senior Producer / Host, and talks about her military career and her interest in diversity and inclusion.
Burks also shared her experience as a breast cancer survivor. It is part of Ford’s âWarriors in Pinkâ program because it helps the company raise awareness and fund research. Ford has raised $ 138 million over 28 years for organizations like Susan G. Komen and The Pink Fund.
Burks mentioned Betty Ford, the former first lady of Grand Rapids, who spoke publicly about her battle with breast cancer a generation ago and helped change the conversation about the disease.
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Bazzy, a nurse, founded Zaman International over 20 years ago to help women in the Metro Detroit area facing difficult times finding food, shelter and clothing. More than two million women and children have benefited from the programs it has implemented since.
Bazzy also discussed the job training programs they added as she anticipated a new effort they were planning with their kitchen.
Kabodian appeared to discuss the importance of remembering history. She just wrote a new book “Forget Me Not: Armenian Genocide Recollections” as she spoke to her family members about this tragedy and its impact on subsequent generations.
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To concern Michigan Questions, Sunday at 8 a.m. on CBS 62.