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New America Media Children's Health Fellowship - Thursday, March 11

Posted: Feb 22, 2010

NAM Childrens Health Coverage Fellowship
March 11, Los Angeles

The purpose of the fellowship is to engage participants in exploring the importance of childrens public health coverage in the state at a time when California is facing a severe budget crisis.

Fellows will research and write at least one in-depth story, documenting the need for/lack of childrens health coverage in their communities. Each fellow will submit a proposal outlining the story or series of stories she or he intends to research, as well as a signed agreement by her or his publisher/producer to run the story or stories in their ethnic media outlet.

In addition, fellows will participate in a one-day workshop in Los Angeles on March 11, 2010, where they will meet state and local level policy makers, and leading childrens health advocates and researchers.

The 2010 Childrens Health Coverage Fellowship is sponsored by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

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