Engaging Communities for Change: Stories from California

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Engaging Communities for Change: Stories from California

Time: November 3, 2016 from 10:30am to 11:30am
Location: online
Website or Map: https://publichealthinstitute…
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Public Health Institute
Latest Activity: Oct 27, 2016

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Event Description

Leveraging and engaging community members are important elements to creating more equitable communities. Across California, the power of community organizing, mobilization, and civic engagement drives change. Please join CA4Health in a Web Forum co-hosted by Dialogue4Health and the California Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health (CaLAPH, a project of the Center for Health Leadership and Practice) to hear stories from California where the community’s voice is influencing change.

This Web Forum will include highlights from:

  • The VOTA! Campaign in the Eastern Coachella Valley
  • Diabetes education and soda tax efforts in Watsonville
  • Transforming an anchor institution in Richmond

Register at:
https://publichealthinstitute.webex.com/publichealthinstitute/onstage/g.php?MTID=e65292381a2ea43cac0ab09b8525f2558


Presenters

Victor Gonzalez, Civic Engagement Manager/Youth Coordinator, Building Healthy Communities Eastern Coachella Valley
Christian Garcia, Program Director, The Organizing and Leadership Academy (TOLA)
Eli Moore, MA, Program Manager, HAAS Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society

Moderator

Susan Watson, Director, CA4Health, Public Health Institute


Dialogue4Health, a project of the Public Health Institute, is a community that conceives, builds, and shares strategies to improve the Public’s Health. We partner with local, national and global organizations to host Web Forums and share critical resources.

We rely on your support to keep our conversations relevant, engaging, and free to join. You can help us make these conversations widely available by donating today.

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