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United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC)

LOCATION: San Diego, CA, U.S.A.

ORGANIZATION TYPE: Community / Faith-based

FOCUS AREA: Children / Families, Education, Environment / Land Use, Food security / Nutrition, Health Care Delivery, Housing / Neighborhoods, Income & Wealth, Jobs & Work, Law, Mental health / Psychology, Public Health, Public Policy, Race / Ethnicity, Social Inclusion

HEALTH EQUITY INITIATIVES: Recently, we have designed a "Seminar Series on Health Inequities" using UNNATURAL CAUSES as a point of departure to create a cadre of committed activists to assist in changing policies and practices that will save lives and improve the quality of our neighborhoods. For the past seven years, UAAMAC has focused on eight health disparities that disproportionately affect African Americans - Diabetes, STD's, Prostate Cancer, Violence, Illiteracy, Homelessness, HIV/AIDS, and Cardiovascular Disease.

The United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC) is committed to the construction of a Beloved Community of justice, equality of access to opportunities in the pursuit of happiness, education, health, peace and prosperity for all people. To this endeavor, we invite the particiaption of all people of good will and their resources to work collectively in making the Beloved Community a reality in the 21st Century.
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Robert Tambuzi
Executive Director

United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC)
4981 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92102

Phone number: (619) 264-1213