On August 24th-26th join the People's Instituet for Survival and Beyond, one of the foremost anti-racist training and organizing institutions in the nation, for their Undoing Racism in Michigan workshop in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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This interactive panel discussion will feature applications and emerging trends of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) with experts Dinah Bear, Ben Cave, and Aaron Wernham.
WASHINGTON, DC- On Wednesday April 4th, the White House honors Frank McGhee as one of twelve leaders recognized for their work to prevent youth violence within their communities as part of the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention (the Forum). Launched at the direction of President Obama in 2010, the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention is a network of communities and federal agencies working together to share information and build local capacity to prevent and reduce youth violence. Mr. McGhee, along with the Forum’s Detroit team, reported on their progress at a national summit yesterday in Washington, D.C.