Monday, March 27, 2017

in celebration of National Minority Health Month, the College of Health Sciences and Human Services at Cal State University Monterey Bay will present three speakers for its diversity series:  Milton Bluehouse Jr.,JD, David Good & Bernardo Ca'amal Itza.

Milton Bluehouse Jr., JD is the owner of Tribal Consultation Resources. He has worked on tribal political campaigns and offered valuable guidance to the U.S. presidential and congressional campaigns as well.

David Good, MS is the owner of The Good Project and a public speaker who travels internationally to educate, raise awareness, and provide personal, unique insights on climate change, public health and economic issues facing the Yanomami of Venezuela and the Cabecar of Costa Rica.

Bernardo Ca'amal Itzá,Lic has served as the representative for the Maya for the United Nations. His radio shows articles documenting Mayan culture and health are listened to and read throughout the Americas. Professor Ca'amal Itzá was awarded the Atkins Prize for his work in defense of the economically poor and undeserved by the University of Toronto.

What: College of Health Sciences and Human Services Diversity Celebration Speaker Series: National Minority Health Month.
When: Thursday April 6, 2017 4:00-6:00 P.M.
Where: CSUMB Alumni & Visitor's Center, 5108 Fourth Avenue, Marina, CA 93933
Cost: Free public event
Information: Roraima Enriquez, (831)582-3736

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