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      Caucuses

      A Caucus is a group of at least 25 APHA members or people who hold a particular position on an issue important to APHA. A Caucus is considered to be "in official relations" with APHA, rather than a regular component of the Association. 

      The Association has two types of Caucuses. One type allows members to coalesce around shared identities or membership in socially defined groups. Another type focuses on special interests, worksite issues and social justice issues.

      For more information, comments or questions please contact Elsa Greer.

      Academic and Practice Linkages in Public Health Caucus
      American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Caucus
      Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health
      Black Caucus of Health Workers
      Caucus on Homelessness
      Caucus on Public Health and the Faith Community
      Caucus on Refugee and Immigrant Health
      Community-Based Public Health Caucus
      Family Violence Prevention Caucus
      Latino Caucus
      Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Professionals
      Men's Health Caucus
      Peace Caucus
      Socialist Caucus
      Spirit of 1848 Caucus
      Veterans' Caucus
      Women’s Caucus

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