Tuesday, October 3, 2023 12pm to 1pm
About this Event
UCSF Healthcare Advocates for Social Justice invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 3rd at 12PM for a discussion called “Food Insecurity: The Invisible Health Crisis” The talk will feature Briana Tejuco, Program Director of Nourishing Pregnancy at 18 Reasons, a food and education non-profit.
An accomplished thought-leader, change agent and educator, Briana’s dedication and advocacy with a focus on coalition building to drive social impact has positioned her to create solution-based programs to promote the health and wellbeing of women in diverse communities. She is known for her mission-focused passion and entrepreneurial ability to lead, develop and implement community-based projects.
This event was planned by a diverse group of UCSF staff who organized in response to the ongoing racial injustices. The goal of the UCSF Healthcare Advocates for Social Justice monthly speaker series is to promote critical thinking and action around intersectional structures of power, privilege, and racial oppression in clinical care, education, and beyond. We will continue to highlight the efforts of community antiracism activists.
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