The First 2000 Days Campaign

Elizabeth Isakson presenting at the Harlem Book Fair.

Elizabeth Isakson presenting at the Harlem Book Fair.

Docs for Tots Co-Director, Dr. Liz Isakson, participated in “The First 2000 Days” campaign presentation at the Harlem Book Fair. The panel discussed the importance of the first five years of life in supporting educational and health equity. The event was follow-up to the April 19th launch of the “First 2000 Days” campaign in New York City, which Docs for Tots also participated in, at Beulah Wesleyan Methodist Church in Harlem. To learn more about the First 2000 Days Campaign in New York City, contact: Daseta Gray (dasetagray@gmail.com).

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