California Attorney General Rob Bonta / Valley Vision Survey Overview / Spike In Eating Disorders During Pandemic / Vietnamese Mini-Medical School
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California Assemblyman Rob Bonta speaks shortly after California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his nomination for state's attorney general, Wednesday, March 24, 2021, in San Francisco.
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Rob Bonta is making history as California's first Filipino American Attorney General; we talk with Bonta about his new role and transition to being one of the most influential officials in the state. Civic leadership organization Valley Vision has also released a new survey covering a number of topics, such as education equity and health care. Plus, a look at the spike in eating disorders among youths and teenagers during the pandemic and how an upcoming mini-medical school event can help improve the health of the Vietnamese community.
- Attorney General of California Rob Bonta on his appointment to head the state's Department of Justice, his plans for addressing criminal justice reform and hate crimes, and how he's preparing for the 2022 attorney general's race
- Valley Vision CEO Evan Schmidt discusses what her organization does and its latest surveys findings covering education equity, health care, and more
- Psychologist, Professor of Pediatrics, and Medical Director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Clinic and Eating Disorders Program at the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Sara Buckelew, explains the rise and prevalence of eating disorders among youths and teenagers, how the pandemic has exacerbated the issue, and ways to help
- UC Davis Neurology Assistant Professor Oanh Meyer talks about the first-of-its-kind Vietnamese Mini-Medical School event on May 15th, addressing the unique health challenges and disparities of Sacramento’s older Vietnamese population