black elder

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Synonyms for black elder

a common shrub with black fruit or a small tree of Europe and Asia

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Black elders are significantly more likely to visit the emergency room than are white elders.
There is too much fear over personal loss among Black elders.
Born out of the community activism of The Church of God of Prophecy they recognised that isolated black elders living on their own in high rise blocks or council flats were simply dropping off the Social Services radar - unable or not wishing to access services that they felt didn't cater for them.
Last week featured the premises of the Black Elders Association and the Harriet Tubman Agency at St John's Road, Birkby (right).
During the "nadir," Tubman devoted her energies to a variety of black self-help projects, racial politics, and Progressive era reform, including charity work for poor black children, activities with the National Association of Colored Women, activism within the AME Zion Church, and the creation of "a permanent social service institution" for impoverished black elders, which she named in honor of John Brown.
But the data do not explain why black elders have worse cognitive function than age-matched whites, Dr.
Mortality was higher among black elders, but not significantly so.
Bambara's "kid" in Gorilla, My Love--who appears in different family configurations in the various stories--draws vision and militancy from the wisdom of her black elders, even as she exposes the stress points in her community's relationship to the larger body politic.
Melanie collected over pounds 150 in sponsorship from Huddersfield businesses, Kirklees Black Elders group, the Calvary Girls netball team and Optimum IT training centre in Halifax, where she is an employee.