Though, Planned Parenthood is mostly known for providing various forms of reproductive healthcare and education services, as a community organizer I am striving to be more involved in the needs of the community, specifically the Latino community in New Haven. By being a part of the Greater New Haven Community, I hope to build awareness of topical issues that concern and affect the lives of the Latino community in New Haven. In return, I hope the awareness will shape how Planned Parenthood can better advocate with the community and become inter-weaved in its efforts.
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