A naturopathic doctor in Jamaica Queens is growing an Oprah tree. Community leaders and unsung community heroes, politicians who care, nurses, naturopathic and conventional doctors, juice bar owners, fitness experts, Black and minority owned organic grocery stores, clinics, healthcare providers get a spot on the tree. Rev. Dr. Roxanne Simone Lord is thrilled to work in collaboration with executive producer Oprah Winfrey and the Smithsonian Channel to screen Oprah’s documentary, The Color of Care.
Dr. Lord, a long-time supporter and lifetime fan of mentor Oprah Winfrey could not have been more encouraged when she contacted Oprah asking for help to bring solutions to the severe health disparities that exist in people of color. That’s when she learned that Oprah had created a documentary about the very same disparities and was also doing something about it by using the documentary to increase awareness and lay foundation for the healing of all people of care.
People of color have been a beneficiary of compromised health, stemming from centuries of systematic racism and bad food choices based on limited availability of foods based on color, neighborhood, education and poverty.
To be a part of the ‘Oprah tree’, which stands for health and prosperity for minorities, Dr. Lord is calling on all health-conscious people to rsvp for her organizations, Southeast Queens Chamber of Commerce and Royal People Group’s virtual screening of Oprah Winfrey’s The Color of Care documentary on August 10, 2022 from 6:30 to 9 pm. Please RSVP and share to show your level of care for the health of people of color in America.
To help struggling Black owned businesses, Dr. Lord is allowing each business owner a 30 second elevator pitch introduction at the virtual documentary screening. Please contact Dr. Lord at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 917-720-2485 to learn more. Register for the documentary screening at www.royalpeoplegroup.com and please make a donation to support the Royal People Group to roll out some amazing solutions to restore great health in people of color!