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Health Justice Now Webinar Series

Webinar Series Overview

While affordable health care for all is essential, we can’t forget the broader health justice movement to ensure that no one is left behind, no matter their race, wealth, or language.

On April 12, Families USA launched a new webinar series, “Health Justice Now,” in an effort to elevate health equity. This ongoing series will showcase a variety of health justice content and resources from Families USA’s 2022 Health Action Conference and other initiatives. Topics for the webinar series include vaccine equity, reproductive justice, federal health equity priorities, and state-level recommendations on health equity.  More topics will follow.

We hope you will join our upcoming webinar events and help us advocate for changes in policy that make affordable, quality health care a reality for all.

This webinar series is closed to media.

Upcoming Schedule

(Click on the titles below to register for each webinar)

Part 6: Community Health Workers Webinar: The Path to Sustainable Financing for Community Health Workers

Thursday, June 23

Community Health Workers (CHWs) have a long, rich history of improving health outcomes, particularly within underserved communities.  They have been especially involved in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic response by providing essential public health education and delivering health services in resource-constrained areas. Despite the power and promise of CHWs, the public still lacks an understanding of their role and value in the healthcare system. This is directly related to the absence of long-term, sustainable funding needed to appropriately support and sustain the CHW workforce. This webinar will provide attendees with the opportunity to hear from CHWs and other stakeholders who will share their thoughts on the current financing landscape, including what works and where there may still be gaps in the public health workforce. The webinar will also include time for Q&A with attendees.

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Completed Webinars

Part 1: Health Equity Task Force Federal Priorities Webinar

Advancing Equity in 2022: Administrative Priorities and What’s Next on the Legislative Landscape
Tuesday, April 12th

Presenters:

Shyloe Jones, Senior Manager, Health Equity, Families USA
Mackenzie Marshall, Federal Relations Associate, Families USA

 

 

 

 


Part 2: Vaccine Equity Research Webinar 

Community Voice and Equitable Policymaking: Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Tuesday, April 26th

Presenters:

Natalia Victoria, Senior Director of Engagements, Symphonic Strategies
Jashawn Frederick, Consultant, Symphonic Strategies
Lauren Rosenbaum, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Families USA
Audrey Richardson, Policy Analyst, Families USA

 

 

 

 


Part 3: Reproductive Justice Webinar  

Abortion Laws: A Public Health Crisis (Session I)
Thursday, May 5th

The recording and materials for this webinar will not be posted on our website. To request access, please email info@familiesusa.org with the subject title: Reproductive Justice Webinar.


Part 4: Elevating Community Voices Webinar 

Community Voices: How State Policymakers Can Advance Health Equity
Tuesday, May 12th

Presenters:

Shyloe Jones, Senior Manager, Health Equity, Families USA
Cheryl Fish-Parcham, Director, Access Initiatives, Families USA
Enjolie Lafaurie, Cihuapactli Collective
Gabriella Barbosa, Managing Director of Policy, The Children’s Partnership
Lee Che Leong, Policy Analyst, NoHLA

 

 

 

 


Part 5: AAPI Heritage Month Webinar

A Conversation with AAPI Health Advocates

Tuesday, May 24th

Presenters:

Kevin Han, Strategic Partnerships Associate, Families USA
Azizah Ahmad, JD, Policy & Community Advocacy Manager, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF)
Samikshya Sapkota, Behavioral Health Coordinator, Asian American Health Initiative (AAHI)
Yingjia Huang, Assistant Deputy Director of Health Care Benefits and Eligibility, California Department of Health Care Services
Sarah Liu, Public Health Program Coordinator, Hamkae Center