Our mission is to improve the quality of life for BIPOC who are affected by IBD, Digestive Disorders and associated Chronic Illnesses; through Community, Research, Education, and Advocacy.

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What We Doin'?

What We Doin'?

COCCI Community Conversations is coming to your campus to change up the game! If we know better, we do better – right? This experience is meeting you in the prime of your life to give you the tools to make decisions on a topic that we can never avoid – our health.

One of the major health topics that is often off of the radar, in black and brown communities, is digestion. Did you know that there are diseases associated with the gut – 2 of which are Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, often under the umbrella term IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease). Both of these diseases are chronic illnesses that are under-diagnosed in black patients.

Facts

Facts

Did you know that “it is 91% unlikely that black and brown patients who present with classic IBD symptoms in the ER will receive an IBD work-up to determine whether or not they have these diseases”

COCCI is working to change that!

(Digestive Diseases and Science, 2021; 66 (7): 2200-2206).

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Let’s get together, shake a lil’ bit, eat a lil’ bit, talk a lil’ bit, and make a difference in our future!

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Event Agenda

  1. Gut Check! What’s Happening in There?
  2. IBD/Chronic Illness & Mental Health
  3. Dinner/Lunch “Eat & Greet”
  4. What To Do, When You Don’t Know What To Do!
  5. Q&A “Just Chill” or “Go, Go, Go”

Who is COCCI?

Color of Crohn’s & Chronic Illness is a nonprofit organization focused on servicing black & brown communities. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for black and brown people who are affected by Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Digestive Disorders and associated Chronic Illnesses; through Community, Research, Education, and Advocacy.

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