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We can all take action so everyone in California has the opportunity to enjoy health and wellness. Let’s do this together!

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The October Issue of Health Affairs, “Violence and Health,” features groundbreaking research and articles that examine the consequences of violence for victims, perpetrators, and communities. The authors explore themes ranging from physical and psychological consequences of violence to how exposure to neighborhood violence increases social isolation.

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Advocate for Access

Open enrollment for 2020 coverage is happening right now. For Medicare, the key dates are October 15–December 7, 2019, and for Covered California, the key dates are October 15–January 31, 2020. This fact sheet developed by grantee partner Justice in Aging provides important information for advocates, especially those serving low-income older adults.

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Become a Better Leader

If you’re a CEO of a community foundation, consider applying to the CFLeads’ Executive Leadership Institute. Consider this year-long program if you’re looking to deepen your community foundation’s impact, are interested in exchanging ideas with your peers and are excited about learning from your colleagues in the field.

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Get Inspired

Experience powerful and moving stories from undocumented people caught in the crosshairs of U.S. immigration policy read by prominent Americans who are willing to stand in their shoes and see the world, for a moment, through their eyes. Hear Grammy award-winning artists offer a musical response to each story.

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Learn About Gun Violence

Hispanics in California are disproportionately impacted by firearm violence. Read the powerful report from Violence Policy Center, "Lethal Hispanic/Latino Firearm Victimization in California," which details the disproportionate impact of lethal gun violence on Hispanics/Latinos in California.

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