Celebrate Minority Health Month right where you are.
Whether it’s one event or two dozen events, seize the opportunity
to raise awareness and make a difference for the health of your community
members and the future health of our nation! Some of the tools you’ll need are below.
Act Now to raise awareness. Act Now to promote health equity.
Act Now to create a new possibilities for your community. Join with us!
Health Equity Day of UNITY
A person’s health is based on more than just the ability to go to the doctor, what they eat or where they live.
When it comes to health, multiple factors play a role. Everyone plays a part in the health of Americans.
When you organize a Health Equity Day of UNITY
you have the opportunity to showcase this fact.
Bring health professionals, community organizers, government representatives and your neighbors together to
promote health equity and receive this call to action. Get your poster here
[PDF | 16.2MB]
Health Equity Day of Action
Get everyone involved! Organize a Health Equity Day of Action
Youth Festival on a nearby campus. Health disparities
among racial and ethnic minorities are a serious issue, but to raise awareness and promote health equity,
always consider the potential of targeting young people. Make the day memorable, mixing the message in with
interactive events, compelling and knowledgeable speakers and lots of activity. Be creative and spread the word.
Then, make plans to make the most of the results. Get your poster here
[PDF | 16.2MB]
Become an NPA Partner. Take the Individual Pledge
The National Partnership for Action is looking for individuals and organizations from all sectors to
join the Office of Minority Health in promoting health equity by taking the
online partner pledge
How Was Your Event? Use this form to see what people thought of your event and what ideas could help make the next event even better.
Give your feedback
[PDF | 78KB]
Evaluate Your Town Hall
Subscribe to e-newsletter Towards Health Equity
Stay in the loop! OMH sends out a monthly e-newsletter called “Towards Health Equity” with minority health issues of note and “FYI,” a weekly roundup of current minority health information, events and resource announcements.
To receive any of these publications,
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NPA Toolkit for Community Action