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Endo Black, Incorporated is a black-women-led organization advocating for African American women and women of color affected by endometriosis in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area and established in April 2019, incorporated in April 2020, and received nonprofit status in May 2021. The organization addresses advocacy for endometriosis among African American women and women of color, providing a safe space, producing opportunities for endo-sisterly love, educational and enriching programs with a wealth load of beneficial resources.
The problems Endo Black, Inc. solves are African American women are constantly being misdiagnosed, have limited resources, and have little research for African American women. The organization makes a difference within the community and is committed to advocacy work around endometriosis and fighting for health equity.
The organization plays a vital role in the lives of many women battling endometriosis, as evidenced by provided feedback surveys issued within the community. They target African American women and women of color ages 18 to 45 in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. Though they are located in the DMV Area, Endo Black, Inc. has rapidly grown through its online platforms outside of the area to New York, Georgia, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, Michigan, and California, according to metrics through their website and social media platforms.
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