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... Statements, recommendations, and opinions expressed are those of individual presenters and participants and are not necessarily endorsed or verified by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, and they should not be construed as reflecting any group consensus.
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... Baxter acknowledged that attendees were on the land of the Ohlone peoples. He added that in memory of the ancestors who struggled for justice, "we seek to build a just future by centering health equity as a prerequisite to improving population health." Baxter said that the Roundtable on Population Health Improvement "recognizes that health and quality of life for all are shaped by inter­dependent, historical, and contemporary social, political, economic, environmental, genetic, behavioral, and health care factors" and that the roundtable seeks to catalyze multisector community action by hosting public workshops that "bring together different perspectives, disciplines, and sectors to explore and share what works .
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... He noted that both young leaders and the scholars and organizations who work to build the voice and power of young people are featured in the agenda. Baxter described the intention of this workshop to highlight "the power of young people3 as leaders, organizers, advocates, and experts" as well as to explore barriers and solutions to "building youth-led power and social movements." He said that the workshop would "explore frameworks, concepts, models, approaches, and practical tools to promote and increase youth civic engagement and leadership" as well as health, equity, and well-being more broadly.


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