Nonprofit Board Diversity Intitaive Workshop II

Join us! At this event, Urban Kind will host a dozen nonprofit organizations including their board presidents, and or other long-standing board members alongside the executive director to meet with small groups of members of the Black Environmental Collective who are interested in learning more about that organization. Each organization will have 2, 45 minute sessions to engage potential board members. If you are available and interested. Please click here to register to participate. To ensure that everyone has adequate time…

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Another Night Out w/ The Black Environmental Collective

Another Night Out w/ The Black Environmental Collective  Have fun and networking with folks with interests in environmental, food, climate, and health issues. This is an invitation for you to join us for a follow-up event to our now legendary Night Out event at Arnold's Tea in November. We're doing it again.  Only bigger and better. We're keeping the same band, Artistree, and moving it to a larger venue that will also accommodate other rooms for networking conversations. Click here to…

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2020 Census Civic Engagement Training: Children & Families

In case you missed our first civic engagement training, GPNP is hosting a second training for nonprofits serving historically under-counted communities for the 2020 Census. Register on Eventbrite For children under 18, especially children of color, an accurate Census count is critical for the funding of programs that families across southwestern Pennsylvania benefit from, such as: the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the National School Lunch Program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), as well as local public schools. Join us on February…

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Environmental Justice and Civil Rights

Today's acts of discriminatory practices have taken place on American soil in the past, in present-day form, and acts of unfair treatment will more than likely persist in the future. To prevent such wrongs Government and other elected officials voted on two Bills. These Bills were enacted as The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Environmental Justice Act of 2017.   In yesterday’s history, (July 2, 1964)  Civil Rights Act of 1964 was first introduced by President John F Kennedy; succeeding…

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LAND BANK HEARING

Join us for a public hearing in Council Chambers on an important policy that will affect Hill District land and development. At this hearing, you will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the Land Bank's Policies and Procedures, which will define how the Land Bank will be structured, how it will operate, and what it's goals and priorities are for the acquisition and dispensation of properties. If you wish to speak, please contact the Clerk's office at(412) 255-2138 to register.  Your allotted speaking time is 3 minutes.…

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LGBTQIA Health and Visibility Dinner

Repair the World has partnered with Planned Parenthood, ReelQ Film Festival, Shulayim L'Shalom and Black Radish to create a dinner discussion guide surrounding their work with the LGBTQIA community in Pittsburgh. Come out and enjoy a fantastic menu put together by Black Radish, and jump into discussion about LGBTQIA healthcare, health outcomes, visibility and volunteer opportunities! ALL ARE WELCOME IN THIS SPACE!

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