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Check out original videos featuring the important work our partners are doing across the country to promote a healthier future for all communities.

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Communities in Action: Beacon Charitable Pharmacy
Vaccine confidence was in style as Beacon Charitable Pharmacy in Canton, Ohio hosted a unique YouTube livestream vaccine event at four local Black-owned beauty salons and barber shops. Beacon partnered with barbers, stylists, nurses and community leaders for the 4-hour broadcast. They answered questions, provided vaccine information, and kept the haircuts and community health conversation flowing.
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Communities in Action: Civic Heart Community Services
On a street corner. In an abandoned parking lot. Wherever care is needed in Houston, TX, Civic Heart Community Services is there. Civic Heart uses their mobile unit to provide health services, and vaccine education and outreach in neighborhoods where access to healthcare is limited or nonexistent.
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Communities in Action: Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center
Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center welcomed thousands of people from the Washington, D.C. metro area into their mosque for vaccination clinics. They provided people with accurate vaccine information in multiple languages, and trusted community and faith leaders were also on hand to share their own reasons for getting vaccinated.
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Communities in Action: Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley
The Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley serves families in a fast-growing region of eastern Pennsylvania that includes the cities of Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. With help from the Valley's three local mayors, they created a successful media campaign that challenged myths about vaccines.
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Communities in Action: Central American Resource Center of Los Angeles (CARECEN)
Latino immigrants in Los Angeles who are day laborers often cannot afford to take time away from searching for jobs to tend to their own health needs. The Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) found new ways to bring critical health information and vaccines directly to this community.
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Community Trailblazers: Centro Hispano de East Tennessee
We are proud to highlight the work of Celeste Paula, Health Promoter with Centro Hispano de East Tennessee. She is a tireless advocate for the Latino community in the Knoxville area, a true hero, and the subject of our first #communitytrailblazers feature!  
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Community Trailblazers: Cancer Justice Network
Community Trailblazer: Jada Davis; Cancer Justice Network"You have to have the care and concern for people." As a health navigator for Cancer Justice Network in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jada Davis advocates for people who are overlooked, forgotten about, and counted out. She makes sure they have the health care support and services they need. Jada also knows how painful it is to lose someone to COVID-19, and this has inspired her to share her story and help more people get protected through vaccination...
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The Health Wagon: Moving Mountains to Provide Quality Care
This summer St. Mary’s Health Wagon, a nonprofit that provides free healthcare services to the medically underserved residents of the Appalachian Mountains of southwest Virginia, hosted their three-day Move Mountains Medical Mission. They offered people access to free primary and specialized care. They also gave people access to eye exams and glasses fabrication, and dental health services including fillings, extractions and oral cancer screenings. With support from the CDC Foundation, they...
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A Celebration of Community Health Workers (CHWs)
El Sol Neighborhood Center in San Bernadino, CA created this inspiring video "We are born, Not Made" – an anthem composed to celebrate the unwavering spirit of Community Health Workers (CHWs) worldwide. The community health worker (CHW) and promotor model used by El Sol is a peer-to-peer empowerment approach in education, prevention, and early intervention for social and health services. The model is based on the recognition that the people best equipped to reach underserved communities are the...
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