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Black History Month is first and foremost a weeks-long celebration of the pioneering black Americans who changed the course of our culture and country.
For white parents, particularly those who don't feel comfortable or prepared to talk with their children about race and racism, the month should also be seen as a timely opportunity to start essential, on-going conversations about racist ideas…Continue
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Today we are celebrating and honoring, Ta-Nehisi Coates who is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Between the World and Me, winner of the 2015 National Book Award for Nonfiction.
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Could worker ownership of corporations hit mainstream US politics in 2020? Some Democratic presidential candidates are making that case, reports Jeff Stein in the Washington Post...…Continue
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Today we are celebrating and honoring Van Jones who is an American news commentator, author and a world-class change maker.
#NHHSCelebratesBHM #BHM #NewHaven #HealthyStart #Activist
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Today we are celebrating and honoring Ashley Jackson who an activist, advocate, fiber artist and program management consultant. She served as the first Alabama State Director for the Human Rights Campaign.…Continue
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Your input is requested. Please Take a Survey of Community Needs!
The City of New Haven is seeking input for its 5-Year Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development for 2020-2024.
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Today we are celebrating and honoring, Shaun King, who is a husband, #father, #activist and journalist. He is also a columnist for The Intercept and the Writer-In-Residence at Harvard Law School’s Fair Punishment Project.
#NHHSCelebratesBHM #BHM #Activist
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A new Yale study predicts that a transition to timber-based wood products in the construction of new housing, buildings, and infrastructure would not only offset enormous amounts of carbon emissions related to concrete and steel production — it could turn the world's cities into a vast carbon sink...…Continue
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Today is the first day of February and New Haven Healthy Start will be celebrating and honoring black activists during Black History Month.…Continue
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Across many measures, New Zealand appears to be doing well: Its people are relatively healthy, well educated, and socially connected; material standards of living are high; and the unemployment rate is trending downward and is just below 4 percent.
But the country still faces significant challenges: Tens of thousands of children are living in poverty; young people in particular are struggling with their mental health; the rates of family violence are among the worst of Organisation…Continue
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With proper treatment and a wide range of support, people with serious mental illness can maintain their independence and lead productive lives.
On a typical day, Fellowship Place offers this broad support to more than 150 people who visit the campus for meals, case management, and other activities such as working in community gardens courses.…Continue
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