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April 1, 2011
Join Us April 8 to Learn More about ENACT Day
Strategic Alliance's yearly, grass-roots advocacy day – ENACT Day – is fast approaching! Advocates from across the state will convene in Sacramento on Wednesday, May 4, to take part in this event.
ENACT Day Informational Web Forum
ENACT Day provides community members interested in nutrition, health, and physical activity an opportunity to develop their advocacy skills, meet with their legislators in Sacramento, and actively participate in the policy-making process. ENACT provides advocates the opportunity to speak up about issues that impact California’s nutrition and physical activity environment. Click here to learn more and register today for ENACT 2011!
WHAT IS THE STRATEGIC ALLIANCE?
The Strategic Alliance is reframing the debate on nutrition and physical activity away from a focus solely on individual choice and lifestyle towards one of environmental influences and corporate and government responsibility. Current Steering Committee members are: California Adolescent Nutrition and Fitness Program (CANFit), California Center for Public Health Advocacy (CCPHA), California Food Policy Advocates (CFPA), California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, California Park and Recreation Society (CPRS) , California Project LEAN, California WIC Association (CWA), Child Care Food Program Roundtable, Latino Health Access, Partnership for the Public's Health, PolicyLink, Prevention Institute, Samuels & Associates, and Public Health Law and Policy.
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
The Strategic Alliance is currently engaged in building a broad and diverse statewide membership. To join or for more information, please visit us on the Web, www.eatbettermovemore.org, or contact Phebe Gibson at 510.444.7738 or Phebe@preventioninstitute.org. And even if you're already a member, please forward this message on to your colleagues so we can continue to strengthen our coalition. Thank you!
The Strategic Alliance is reframing the debate on nutrition and
physical activity - from a focus solely on individual choice and lifestyle,
towards one of environmental influences and corporate and government responsibility.
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