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CPEHN's Health Equity Forum E-Newsletter Hits Virtual Shelves

CPEHN's Health Equity Forum E-Newsletter Hits Virtual Shelves

A new issue of our Health Equity Forum newsletter was released today and it starts off July with a lot of great articles and resources highlighting efforts to improve health and equity in California.

CPEHN’s Executive Director, Sarah de Guia, opens the newsletter with an article about the emotional last few weeks for social justice advocates. She celebrates last week’s Supreme Court decisions regarding the Affordable Care Act and same-sex marriage. However, she also takes time to remember the lives lost in the tragic hate crime in Charleston.

Our Ethnic Partner Spotlight features an article from Xavier Morales, Executive Director of the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California. He focuses on the importance of addressing the diabetes health crisis in communities of color and what policy steps can be taken.

The American Lung Association in California has an interesting piece on their terrific new report, State of the Air 2015. The report looks at how California’s cities rank nationally in terms of air quality and what trends have become evident over the last decade. And the RYSE Center in Richmond has a compelling story on the challenges facing those returning from the juvenile justice system.

You can find updates on our sponsored legislation, the state budget, Covered California, and a number of developments at the national level.

There’s also information on our upcoming convening in Sacramento and a collection of dozens of great reports, resources, events, and funding opportunities. Go check it out!

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