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Vivian Nunez

Vivian Nunez is the founder of Too Damn Young, an online community and resource for teenagers and young adults who have lost loved ones. Through essays and stories, she shares her own and other young adults’ experiences of loss and one of her main goals is “to normalize the conversation…

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ICYMI: 2019 CHCI CAPITOL HILL BRIEFING SERIES

The CHCI 2018-2019 Graduate Fellows proudly hosted the 2019 Capitol Hill Briefing Series on March 26th and April 2nd bringing together Members of Congress, congressional staffers, public policy experts, and national leaders for high-level discussions on health, law and housing issues impacting the Latino community. Representative Raul Ruiz kicked off…

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2019 CHCI Health Summit was a Success

We are truly inspired by all who joined us during the 2019 #CHCIHealth Summit for a day full of solution-oriented conversations and open dialogue to address change and empower our health leaders of tomorrow! A record-breaking 295 attendees comprised of Members of Congress, healthcare experts, community advocates, Fortune 500 executives,…

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Rep. Nanette Diaz Barragán

Nanette Diaz Barragán was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November 2016, becoming the first Latina ever to represent California’s 44th Congressional district. Born in Harbor City and growing up in its surrounding harbor communities, Nanette’s humble beginnings shaped her interest in issues that matter locally: environmental and…

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