PRIME-US values dissemination of our work through many different media and creative outlets. Here we share the work of our students and leadership team. Some of this work has been done with the direct support of PRIME-US. Other work has been done independently but always with the recognition and intention to honor the PRIME-US mission. Sharing our discoveries, experiences, and innovations expands the impact of PRIME-US and helps our PRIME-US community grow.
PRIME-US video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQgE8-ie2bI (and on PRIME website)
PRIME-US student, Javier Galvan, awarded Soros fellowship: http://money.cnn.com/2017/05/29/news/economy/javier-galvan-success/index.html
PRIME-US student, New Latthivongskorn, awarded USPHS award and many other honors/public advocacy work:
PRIME-US students, Sidra Bonner and Faby Molina, partner with Civicorps, an Oakland based nonprofit that serves young adults ranging from 18-26. The organization provides high school diploma, job training, and environmental programming to young adults at very high risk of adverse outcomes. This inspiring work was featured by KQED in print and video at: http://ww2.kqed.org/stateofhealth/2014/11/13/through-photos-oakland-youth-focus-on-neighborhood-health-video/
PRIME-US student, Joana Loeza, was awarded the national AMA Minority Scholars Award.
PRIME-US students and their peers were awarded the 2016 San Francisco Health Commission Human Rights Award for their movement, #DoNoHarm. http://sf-hrc.org/heroawards2016
PRIME-US student co-founder of White Coats for Black Lives (#WC4BL), Sidra Bonner, speaks about injustice and health equity at a UCSF teach in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocwZvQpBnG0
#WC4BL—Many PRIME-US students were amongst the original founders of this national collective movement. The history is here: https://whitecoats4blacklives.org/
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