Let’s Talk About Health: The Public Health Approach to Walking and Biking

We all know that there are several benefits of walking and biking. For this Speaker Series, we’re partnering with Los Angeles Walks to look at the public health benefits of biking and walking.

 

When: Thursday, November 21; 7:00 p.m.

Where: The Edison Room, LACBC Headquarters (1st floor) – 634 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles 90014

 

Free for LACBC members and L.A. Walks donors. $10 for everyone else.

See the LACBC website and Facebook event to RSVP and spread the word.

 

Speakers:

  • Manal Aboelata, Managing Director, Prevention Institute
  • Jean Armbruster, Director, PLACE Program, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
  • Malcolm Carson, General Counsel and Policy Director for Environmental Health, Community Health Councils
Thanks to Angel City Brewery for providing refreshments.

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