Healthy & Cohesive Cultures

To achieve health, we must unite to curb our biases, embrace different cultures, understand and reduce poverty, and increase our individual and collective voices among decision-makers.

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All people deserve well-being, regardless of their differences. Here’s how you can help.

Overcome Biases

Many of us have biases─even if we don’t think we do─toward certain groups, like Latino immigrants and those in poverty. The good news is: we can change!

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Salud Hero Success Stories

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