Vivian King Archives

Vivian King hosts special reading, conversation for National Stroke Awareness Month

June 2, 2022

On Saturday, May 21, 2022, award winning author Vivian L. King, hosted a special reading and conversation about her book, “When the Words Suddenly Stopped: Finding My Voice Again After a Massive Stroke” during National Stroke Awareness Month at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society and Museum, 2620 W. Center Street. African American women are twice… [Read More]

National Stroke Awareness Month gives local women a chance to remind women of stroke risks

May 19, 2022

Author and stroke survivor Vivian L. King and physician Bridgett Moss invite you to an important conversation about strokes National Stroke Awareness Month gives author Vivian L. King and Dr. Bridgett Moss a chance to warn women of a risk factor that can strike when you least expect it. King knows first-hand that a stroke… [Read More]

From Dr. No to Dr. Know: The Importance of Community Scientists

March 3, 2022

Every time we speak with the team from the University of Wisconsin – Madison All of Us Research team at the Center for Community Engagement and Health Partnerships in Milwaukee, they tell us how researchers need our help to change the future of medicine. The program is inviting at least one million people across the… [Read More]