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Message from the Honorable Senator, Lucie Pepin

 

On Friday evening, May 13 (2006), in Montreal, I had the privilege of attending the scholarship award ceremony of the Quebec Black Medical Association. For the past 14 years, this association, under the leadership of Dr. E.C. Tucker, has provided assistance to hundreds of black students in pursuing careers in the health field. These scholarships have made it possible for top black health sciences students at the college or university level to complete their studies or research projects.

This initiative must be lauded and supported. The Quebec Black Medical Association does more than enable talented young people from the Black community to pursue careers as health professionals. Through this initiative, the association also helps to advance medical practice and research in Quebec and contributes to the vitality of the health care system that is so important to us.

I was delighted to attend the awards evening with all those young people who, are determined to follow in the footsteps of eminent Black members of Quebec's medical community.

This year's recipients are: Hope Makena, Afekwo Mbonu, Chandecia Walker, Bianca Moyo, Sabrina Fowlkes, Ony Nnorom, Amanda Beyde, Sithembinkosi Bheka, Yolanda Penalba, Leslie-Ann Stewart, Latoya Campbell, Tamara Gafoor, Petrina Kamya, Summer Marie Joseph, Jacob Cookey, Freda Omaswa, Sonja Damika Lue, Sophia Koukoui, Shari-Ann Webley and Tiffany Alexander.

These young doctors and researchers in training are the future of our country, and at the same time ambassadors of their community, in these times when racial prejudice is still with us.

I am sure that these young people will be the next generation of health professionals and, as I told them during the ceremony, I will be able to sleep soundly now that I know replacements are on the way. I congratulate all these future leaders and wish them much success.

The Honorable Senator, Lucie Pepin

 

 

Quebec Black Medical Association

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Thank you QBMA!

It's a great and wonderful way to help those who are in need. As we all know, the cost of books can be very expensive. This is my way of saying thank you to the QBMA; I am grateful for the help they provided Tiffany in an needful time. Thank you very much once again. Keep up the good work!                                            

 Brenda St-Cyr, Parent of QBMA Scholarship Recipient