JoAnn Ford advocates for health in Iron Triangle

on May 15, 2014

JoAnn Ford is a Richmond native and has raised seven children in the Iron Triangle. After battling several health issues herself, she has become an advocate for improving health outcomes in Richmond. Through her work with Building Blocks for Kids, JoAnn raises awareness in the community around issues like access to healthy foods and increasing recreational activities. Here, JoAnn shares her story.

Jake Nicol, U.C. Berkeley graduate student, produced and edited this film.

3 Comments

  1. Jennifer on May 16, 2014 at 9:48 am

    JoAnn is an incredible leader in the Richmond community, I’m proud to be her colleague



  2. debra on June 26, 2014 at 3:25 pm

    JoAnn Ford that’s my favorite Aunt name, she also live in Richmond as well as myself.
    I thought I leave this message: Sister eat only RAW Fruits and Vegetables go to healthyself360.com get your Parasite and Body Cleanse on. My Mother pass on my birthday she too took so many dam PILLS it does not work. You are a customer for life Pharmaceutical Co. and Doctors. Talk to the the13sun can help you get off the Dam FM PILLS that are not for any of ppl who are rich in Melanin you are Beautiful.



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