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El Sol Blog

See the latest Blogs where El Sol’s community work has been featured.

The Decision to Wear a Cape

Community health workers(CHWs)/Promotores de salud(Ps) have proven to be the key in the fight against COVID-19 in underserved communities of color. To get a better understanding of the role CHWs/Ps have played during the pandemic, I interviewed Kenneth Artry, a CHW/P

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A Faceless Number

As of writing this blog there have been over 584,337 COVID-19 related deaths in the United States. This is a large number to say the least, yet it underscores the great impact COVID-19 has had on families and on the

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No Rest for the Essential Worker

Every month during the COVID-19 pandemic, the news would report the unemployment numbers of the past month. So much focus was put on those losing their jobs that the work and sacrifice of essential workers became a passing thought to

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The Impact of Chronic Absenteeism

According to a study done by the U.S. Department of Education (USED) in 2013 -2014, over 14% of students in the USA were chronically absent in schools. Chronic absenteeism is a long-time problem that schools and other stakeholders have never

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Lessons in Leadership

How Community Health Workers/Promotores de Salud Championed the Vaccination of 250 Individuals In Two Days The phone rang for Natanael Chavez on a Thursday; it was the Executive Director from El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center (El Sol) calling to let

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Community Health Workers in Action

The Fight Against Misinformation During a Global Pandemic In January, President Joe Biden announced his “American Rescue Plan” which included hiring 100,000 Community Health Workers (CHWs) to support vaccine outreach and contact tracing. Like the President, the leadership in San

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Stories of Hope, Resilience, and Inspiration

How Community Health Workers Support Access to Health Care During A Global Pandemic On February 17, 2021, Community Health Workers (CHWs)/Promotores de Salud (Ps), Loma Linda University volunteers, and members of local churches gathered in Adelanto to help vaccinate 250

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