Attend the 3rd Annual South Los Angeles Health and Human Rights Conference

South Los Angeles, formerly known as South Central Los Angeles, encompasses nearly 100 square miles and is generally considered to include the communities located south of the Santa Monica Freeway, east of La Brea Avenue, and north of the Century Freeway. With more than one million residents, South Los Angeles is home to many historic neighborhoods, including Leimert Park, the Crenshaw District, Morningside Park, West Adams, Watts,

Willowbrook, Compton, Baldwin Hills, Inglewood and Lynwood.Long-standing structural violence have led to deep inequities in the health care and physical environment in South Los Angeles. These inequities, in turn, have led to and been worsened by poor health and social outcomes.

Friday, December 7, 2012
St. John’s Well Child and Family Center
Rev. Warner Traynham auditorium
811 W. 58th Street Los Angeles
8am – 4pm
Read the South LA Health and Human Rights Declaration here:

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