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Statement of interest from Nkenge Touré for the position of executive director of the National Black Women's Health Project, later known as the Black Women's Health Imperative. The letter is addressed to Bylle Avery, who founded the organization. Touré was president of the D.C. chapter of the National Black Women's Health Project from 1987-1994.
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[Title of the item]. Nkenge Touré papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. [DOI].