Equity on the Road

Equity on the Road 2024

This year, we’ll be taking Equity on the Mall on the Road. Join us as we travel to three cities across California.

April 17th in Bakersfield, CA
April 18th in Madera, CA
April 19th in Stockton, CA

The SJVHF is working alongside community partners, elected officials and funders to host three (3) Equity on the Road Town Halls in the communities of Bakersfield, Madera and Stockton. The Town Halls will rise for EQUITY across all San Joaquin Valley communities (rural, urban, and unincorporated) by uplifting local leaders’ efforts within the issues of Immigration, Health, Housing, Education, Environmental Justice, Land Use and Planning, and Digital Divide—the SJVHF IHHEEL Policy Platform.

Bakersfield Town Hall (registration closed)
April 17th from 4:00-7:00 PM
Renegade Events Center, 1801 Panorama Dr. Bakersfield, CA 93305

Madera Town Hall (registration closed – tune into @TheCenterSHF on IG for the Livestream)
April 18th from 4:00-7:00 PM
Matilda Torres High School Cafeteria,16645 Road 26 Madera, CA 93638

Stockton Town Hall (registration closed)
April 19th from 4:00-7:00 PM
University of the Pacific, Raymond Great Hall, Rudkin Way, Stockton, CA 9524

Equity on the Road Program Stamp

Download the PDF Agenda

Stockton Agenda
Madera Agenda
Stockton Agenda

Equity on the Mall 2023

April 26
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
California State Capitol

Thank you to everyone who joined us at Equity on the Mall!

The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund, The Center at Sierra Health Foundation, community partners and elected officials gathered for this annual event to highlight the community-driven agenda for the San Joaquin Valley. Together, we created a space for community leaders, nonprofit leaders and elected representatives to come together and talk about what matters to Valley residents. See the agenda below.

In the News

ABC10 news report (ABC10.com)

Amid growing inequity, San Joaquin Valley leaders demand action from Sacramento, Naindeep Singh and Chet P. Hewitt (Calo.org)

El 26 de abril, la California Central se manifestará, unida, por la igualdad racial en las políticas de salud, medio ambiente y vivienda, Dr. Joaquín Arámbula, Asambleísta, Distrito 31 (LaOpinion.com)

Event On Capitol Mall Touts Health Equity (SacObserver.com)