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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic extends far beyond the illness itself. Communities of color will be hardest hit, and demand for essential resources across all communities will sharply increase. Our response demands a new level of collaboration, partnerships, and investment. Here is where you can find our most relevant and timely resources to both respond now and rebuild for the future.

The Heart of Health Equity Ep.4 – Karla Monterroso

10.13.2021 | Health Leads

Karla Monterroso, founder and managing partner of Brava Leaders, shares her thoughts on Latinidad, power, microaggression in the workplace, colorism (anti-Blackness & anti-Indigeneity) in the Latinx community, and Karla’s new life as a COVID longer-hauler.

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