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This session's Anti-Racism Day in New Mexico will be held on Tuesday, January 31st, 2017
Rally in the New Mexico Capitol Rotunda at 1-2PM
Exhibitors in the West Hallway All Day
2017 Courageous Conversation Announcement
Youth, ages 12-25: BE PART OF THE CONVERSATION FOR 2017 ANTI-RACISM DAY. Submit written works by January 6th (1-3 minutes in length) or Art for on-line display and possible participation in Anti-Racism Day on January 31, 2017 at the New Mexico capitol in Santa Fe.
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New Mexico Department of Health
New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils
Public Program: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm the Rotunda:
Exhibit Tables: Various organizations and agencies will have tables in the East and West Halls of History, starting at 8 am
This will be a great opportunity to educate the public and policymakers about the importance of public health to the overall well being of New Mexicans. A great deal of attention and resources are devoted to the downstream effects of poor health policy, with too little attention paid to upstream policies that can have a much greater effect on the health of New Mexicans.
For more information:
Ron Hale, New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils
Telephone (505) 989-7543, email@example.com
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