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Summer Reading Group: From Enforcers to Guardians

UofO Reading Group: “From Enforcers to Guardians”In partnership with DS4SI and Maplewood Memorial Library. Mindy Fullilove, UofO Co-founder, and Hannah Cooper wrote From Enforcers to Guardians to help people understand how police violence affects health and to understand possible paths forward. You can download a free PDF of the book below, a précis for each …

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Build a personal foundation of spirit.

In her blogpost “Getting Through This Moment”, Dr. Mindy Fullilove outlines five principles for ‘getting through the disaster’: Turn on the love Pay attention to this week’s needs Fight injustice  Extend and strengthen your network Build a personal foundation of spirit This week we turn our attention to #5 – “Build a personal foundation of spirit”  …

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Nupurspectives #2

In this episode, Nupur Chaudhury talks to Molly Rose Kaufman about the need to learn from past organizers and movements and how it can help us find out what we are for. Watch below and check out episode 1, an interview with Lourdes Hernandez Rodriguez, here!

Extend and strengthen your network.

In “Getting Through This Moment”, Dr. Mindy Fullilove outlines five principles for ‘getting through the disaster’: Turn on the love Pay attention to this week’s needs Fight injustice Extend and strengthen your network Build a personal foundation of spirit This week we turn our attention to #4 – “Extend and Strengthen your network”  “The US is …

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Placemaking12: Nupur Chaudhury

Nupur Chaudhury is a bridge builder and translator in the fields of urban planning and public health. Throughout her career, she has developed and implemented strategies to support residents, communities, and neighborhoods challenge power structures to build just, strong, and equitable cities. She has led coalition building efforts after Superstorm Sandy through her work with …

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Placemaking12: Dominic Moulden

Dominic T. Moulden is UofO’s Ernest Thompson Fellow for Program & Coalition. Dominic is a longtime resource organizer at Organizing Neighborhood Equity (ONE DC), a collectively-led organization that builds people power and economic and racial equity in Washington, DC. He is a frequent lecturer at various universities and conferences regarding equitable revitalization, cooperative economics, affordable …

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Placemaking12: Havanna Fisher

Havanna Fisher is an emerging transdisciplinary artist and designer from Harlem who works across the fields of design, performing arts and film. She has a keen interest in using her skills and gifts to combine the art world with education to bring about political awareness and thus probable change within the American landscape of ideological …

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Birding with Yamina!

Join Yamina Nater-Otero on the University of Orange’s Digital Campus to explore the world of bird watching! You’ll learn how to identify birds commonly seen in Orange, and discover new ways to explore your neighborhood. This online workshop will also explore current issues of equity and diversity in bird watching, the white-washed history and culture …

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PlaceMaking12: Margaux Simmons

Dr. Margaux Simmons is a composer, flutist, improvisor, and music educator. She studied with Cecil Taylor at Antioch College and Pauline Oliveros and Will Ogden at UC San Diego. She is a founding member of The Pyramids and has traveled, composed, studied and performed music extensively in Tennessee, Ohio, New York, California, Ontario and British …

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