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The Not-So-Long Trek

It’s that time of year again where Commission staff make the trek from NYC to Albany for our annual conference, Reunion Latina. If you ask someone who has attended over the years what they look forward to there, you might hear them describe “Trainings, seeing old friends, workshops, meeting new

Notes From the Field: North Carolina’s Moral March

On February 8, I joined the Historic Hundred Thousands on Jones Street for the Moral March. I marched alongside community members, activists, religious groups, doctors, teachers, nurses, and veterans. I marched alongside women, babies, children, and men. I marched alongside the NAACP, Planned Parenthood, and the Unitarian Universalist church, the

And then there were a hundred!!!

We have posted our 100th blog article and we want to take a moment to thank all of our followers! The Institute for Hispanic Health Equity has been blogging for the past year with the intention of raising awareness and discussion on bridging the gap in health disparities throughout the