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Begun in 1969, PathStone is a private, not-for-profit community development and human service organization serving Indiana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Virginia, and Vermont.

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11 hours ago

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Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler (born Rebecca Davis February 8, 1831) was the first African-American woman to earn a Doctor of Medicine degree and the only African-American to graduate from the New England Female Medical College. Crumpler was inspired to pursue medicine by her aunt who raised her and who used homeopathic means to care for her sickly neighbors. Crumpler practiced medicine in the mid-1800s in Boston, MA, primarily working to ensure poor black women and children had access to healthcare. In 1883, Dr. Crumpler published 'A Book of Medical Discourses' in which she detailed much of her experiences as a physician. It was one of the first such works by an African-American. Dr. Crumpler died early 1831. No images of her exist. #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackWomen ... See MoreSee Less

19 hours ago

PathStone Corporation

#DYK that PathStone operates in seven states and in Puerto Rico? We expanded operations outside of New York state as follows:
* Pennsylvania in 1978
* New Jersey in 1982
* Ohio in 1985
* Indiana and Puerto Rico in 1995
* Vermont in 2005
* Virginia in 2006
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On February 18, 1965, during a peaceful protest against the arrest of a Selma voting rights activist, an Alabama state trooper shot Jimmie Lee Jackson. Jackson was deacon and woodcutter who tried unsuccessfully to register to vote five times in his home county of Perry. After being shot, Jackson was taken to a segregated hospital in Selma where, eight days later, he died. Jackson is often referred to as the first martyr of the voting rights struggle and his death inspired activists to march for the right to vote. That march became known as Bloody Sunday. Bloody Sunday led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act in August of that same year. #BlackHistoryMonth #VotingRights

On February 18, 1965, during a peaceful protest against the arrest of a Selma voting rights activist, an Alabama state trooper shot Jimmie Lee Jackson. Jackson was deacon and woodcutter who tried unsuccessfully to register to vote five times in his home county of Perry. After being shot, Jackson was taken to a segregated hospital in Selma where, eight days later, he died. Jackson is often referred to as "the first martyr" of the voting rights struggle and his death inspired activists to march for the right to vote. That march became known as Bloody Sunday. Bloody Sunday led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act in August of that same year. #BlackHistoryMonth #VotingRights ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Be sure to come out and celebrate with us at our second annual celebrity bartender fundraising event! Help your favorite bartender raise the most money in honor of our 50th Anniversary! #CheckOutOurCelebList #PathStone50 #SaveTheDateImage attachment

Be sure to come out and celebrate with us at our second annual celebrity bartender fundraising event! Help your favorite bartender raise the most money in honor of our 50th Anniversary! #CheckOutOurCelebList #PathStone50 #SaveTheDate ... See MoreSee Less

PathStone is closed today in honor of President's Day. We will reopen tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

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