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The State of the Union Address creates increased social media engagement and in a town like DC, it’s a prime time to engage audiences. DC Health Link assister organization Assist DC: Capital City Area Health Education Center and Young Invincibles will use a social media campaign to provide DC Health Link info, facts, resources and tele-assister services before, during and after the Address.

The contact for this event is Falasha Culpepper, fculpepper@ccahec-dc.org, (202) 203-9408

 

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