Our 19th year in La Paz – after the teatros by students at Pan y Vino — with Dolores Huerta. Right after, we traveled with Dolores to a meeting of the County Supervisors to County supervisors in protest of a proposal to end a program that primarily served the needs of low-income, poor, immigrant, and people of color communities. Our students helped pack the supervisor’s meeting and we helped win a victory! The supervisors directed Kern Medical Center to immediately hire new family practice resident physicians Monday, ensuring the life of the program for at least three years.
19th Year in La Paz
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