California's new surgeon general visits a Watts early education center

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, the first-ever state surgeon general, reading to a class of 4-year-olds at Lock Early Education Center in Watts.
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, the first-ever state surgeon general, reading to a class of 4-year-olds at Lock Early Education Center in Watts.
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Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, the first-ever state surgeon general, reading to a class of 4-year-olds at Lock Early Education Center in Watts.
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, the first-ever state surgeon general, with Locke Early Education Center principal Tracey Washington and Dean Tagawa, head of the LAUSD early education department.
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Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed April 30 as El Día de los Niños, Children’s Day. In recognition, California’s newly-appointed surgeon general, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, visited Locke Early Education Center in Watts to read to students and hear the concerns of staff.