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date: 13 December 2019

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Kurt Reichert (1916–2006) and Betty Reichert (1916–2004) contributed to the health field as program and community planners, administrators, teachers, and writers. Kurt was active in the civil rights movement and Betty was an early pioneer in family life education.

Keywords: Kurt Reichert, Betty Reichert, health planning, civil rights, family life education, University of Chicago, San Diego State University, Let's Face It, volunteers

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