Fighting for Health & Social Justice

Low-income, communities of color, and geographically isolated populations have less access to health and social services and the ones available may not be cultural or linguistically appropriate. Let me help you develop competencies and build capacity for your community and public health programs. Here are some of the ways I have contributed:

LGBTQ Communities: Your Best Resource to Reduce Health Disparities

Puerto Rico: A Success Story of Comprehensive Approaches to Tobacco Control Work

Tobacco Control as a Catalyst for Policy Change: Data Collection Among LGBTT Communities in Puerto Rico

Bibliography of Tobacco-Related Literature on Hispanics/Latinos 1990-2001


Looking to build capacity in your local and national programs?


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