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Why I’m Coming to Sacramento This Month—to Stand up for the Health of My Community

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Q&A with Berkeley Media Study Group’s Kathi Schaff: Talking about Health Equity

This week's Q&A with BMSG's Kathi Schaff on how advocates can effectively communicate about health equity is the first installment in our new media advocacy skill-building series. More...
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Why I’m Coming to Sacramento This Month—to Stand up for the Health of My Community:
Mario Loera Jr. grew up in Baldwin Park and is worried about the health of his community. He wants to become a doctor to help address those needs and meanwhile he's working to change community conditions-on the ground and with policymakers in the halls of power. In a first-person essay, he describes why he's coming to Sacramento May 29 to take part in ENACT Day.
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