Free informational event will discuss environmental health and health equity issues

COMPTON, Calif., July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — McCune Wright ArevaloLLP, (MWA) – a national law firm specializing in racial and economic justice, class action and environmental law – is set to hold the fifth event of their free clinic on community issues and (CALIC) on July 23, 2022at 10:00 a.m. This event kicks off the company’s new CALIC 2022 tour taking place at Los Angeles County, addressing some of the most important topics affecting LA County residents. Those interested can attend this CALIC event free of charge in person at the Holy Revival Church (2028 E. El Segundo Blvd., Compton, California) or virtually via Zoom Webinar.

This event will address elevating public health and provide access to the things that help communities thrive. Our experts will discuss topics such as low-cost legal aid, accessible health care, meeting the basic needs of those who have none, natural stewardship, and helping communities provide opportunities for meaningful connection and action. The panel of expert speakers at this event will include public health expert Dr Dora Barilla, Dr PH, MWA partner and civil rights advocate Joseph L. Richardson, Esq.and legal documentation assistant Reyna Ventura. MWA believes this conversation can help bridge gaps and connect Californians to resources and knowledge they may not have known existed.

Attendees of this event are encouraged to ask questions, raise concerns, and connect with the resources provided. “CALIC has already been such an advantage for Riverside and Saint Bernardine counties,” says MWA Partner Joseph Richardson“We hope that we can provide the same educational opportunities to our neighbors in Los Angeles County.” As public health, environmental and social events unfold in CaliforniaMWA hopes to position CALIC as a go-to resource for all Southern California to learn more about situations that affect their communities and ways to improve their own well-being. “I am honored to have been chosen as a speaker for the CALIC events”, remarks Dr. Dora Barilla, public health expert, “These events are a wonderful opportunity to provide all communities with the resources or assistance they need. need to thrive. We all need tools to improve our own well-being.” If you would like to learn more about the first event of the CALIC 2022 tour or would like to register to attend virtually or in person, visit the website of the MWA here.

CALIC has made it a point to visit places on its 2022 Southern California tour whose residents may not have access to the same educational opportunities, resources, healthcare facilities and environmental activism that communities more rich can enjoy. Church of the Holy Revival in Compton is the house of the pastor James Thomas who has found immense value in CALIC’s approach to helping people in need. “Holy Revival Church is delighted to host the Clinic on Community and Legal Issues as it relates to Los Angeles County“, said Pastor Thomas, “Joseph Richardson and I have been brothers in spirit and action for more than 2 decades. We are thrilled to be able to help spread vital information that will help our community.”

About McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP: McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP has a long history of success for its clients, including a $203 million verdict against Wells Fargo Bank, a collection of over $1 billion for its clients, and more than 100 emergency cases with recovery. a million dollars or more. MWA has California offices in Ontario, San Bernardino, Palm Desert and Irvine and supports its national practice with offices in Illinois and New Jersey. For more than 30 years, MWA has successfully represented clients involved in complex general and commercial litigation, as well as personal injury and class action cases. Visitmccunewright.comfor more information.

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