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Building Healthy Communities is a 10-year, $1 billion program of The California Endowment where 14 communities across the state are taking action to make where they live healthier. How are we doing this? By improving employment opportunities, education, housing, neighborhood safety, unhealthy environmental conditions, access to healthy foods, and more...across California. Our goal? To create places where children are healthy, safe and ready to learn. We’re aiming at nothing less than a revolution, in the way we think about and support health for ALL Californians...across all zip codes.
 
The vision of a healthy Boyle Heights is that of a safe, empowered community where children and their families thrive and enjoy a quality of life in their vibrant community. 

If you would like to contribute to Building Healthy Communities - Boyle Heights announcements,
please contact your Hub Communications and Project Coordinator, Joel Perez.


Celebrating the one year anniversary of healthy changes at Salva Market Place

posted Mar 19, 2015, 3:06 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Celebrating the one year anniversary of healthy changes at 

Salva Market Place - 2108 East 1st Street

Tuesday, March 31st

10:30am


The 6th Annual Ruth Roemer Social Justice Symposium

posted Mar 18, 2015, 4:04 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

 
The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and
the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health Alumni Association
invite you to attend
 
The 6th Annual Ruth Roemer Social Justice Symposium
Refreshing Public Health Narratives

Wednesday, April 8, 11:30am - 2:30pm
The California Endowment, Yosemite Room
1000 North Alameda St., Los Angeles, 90012
 
 
Keynote Speaker:
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Neal Baer, MD
TV Writer and Executive Producer
ER; Law & Order: SVU; Under the Dome
Research Scientist 
Global Media Center for Social Impact
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
 
 
Panelists:
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Franklin Gilliam, Jr., PhD
Dean
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
 
Photo of Juan Devis.
Juan Devis, MFA
Senior Vice President
Content Development and Production
KCETLink
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David Valdez, MFA
Director
Youth Development
Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA
 
 
Moderated by:
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Sandra de Castro Buffington, MPH
Founding Director
Global Media Center for Social Impact
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
 
 
 
 
 
 
RSVP: Please purchase your $15 ticket HERE,
which includes lunch and complimentary parking. 
 
If you are unable to attend this event, please consider making a contribution to the
 
The Ruth Roemer Symposium honors Ruth Roemer, JD., who, for over five decades, used the law to protect and promote health and was a champion of health equity and social justice.  The series aims to connect public health professionals and community stakeholders with the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, by providing a dynamic educational forum for the public health community and the community at large.
 
This event supported by:
                         
This event organized by:
 
                                  
 

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UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
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Support Building Healthy Communities- Boyle Heights Health 4 All Campaign

posted Mar 17, 2015, 5:49 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Come learn about the Building Healthy Communities- Boyle Heights Health 4 All Campaign and how you can get involved1

Where? The Wellness Center
            1200 N. State Street.
            Los Angeles, CA 90033
When? March 19, 2015

Time/ Room Number? 10am-11am Conference Room 5
                                4pm-5pm Room 1028 

No RSVP necessary
 

Reproductive Health and the Environment: Best Practices for Los Angeles County

posted Feb 24, 2015, 1:54 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

The Iris Cantor - UCLA Women's Health Education & Resource Center, the LA County Department of Public Health's Office of Women's Health, Black Women for Wellness, and Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles invite you to the upcoming free conference:

 

Reproductive Health and the Environment:

Best Practices for Los Angeles County

 

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

California Endowment

Downtown Los Angeles

8:00 am – 2:00 pm

 


Thank you to all of those who have already registered for our conference. For those of you who have not registered, registration is still available via the attached flyer untilThursday, March 5th, 2015. 
The conference will bring together health professionals, community activists, researchers, academicians, civic and business leaders, politicians, and government officials to learn about best practices related to research, policy, and community advocacy.

Administrative Relief at Board of Supervisor's Meeting

posted Feb 20, 2015, 3:33 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

HOLD THE DATE: Support for Supervisors Solis and Keuhl’s Motion re: Administrative Relief at Board of Supervisors Meeting

WHEN: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, 2015 @ 9:30a.m. to approximately 12pm

WHERE: BOARD ROOM, KENNETH HAHN HALL OF ADMINISTRATION, 500 W. Temple St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

Supervisors Hilda Solis and Sheila Kuehl are introducing a motion that would create an L.A. County Deferred Action Task Force composed of representatives from various County departments, which will develop a plan for the optimal implementation of Administrative Relief, and to report back on that plan within 30 days.

This is a very important step for the County, and it is critically important to the successful implementation of Admin Relief in L.A. County.  The County’s various departments and agencies reach hundreds of thousands of potentially eligible people and can play a critical role in supporting community outreach, connecting people to resources, and providing documents to prove their residency.  Strong public action in support of Admin Relief is more urgent than ever, given the confusion created by the legal challenge to the President’s action.  It’s important to show a broad base of support for this action, and for the overall benefit Admin Relief will bring to the county’s social, civic and economic fabric.

Calling All Movement Siblings

posted Feb 20, 2015, 3:20 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Dear Movement Siblings,

Thanks for all you do. Looking forward to Friday!
Here's info for immediate release/Please share with your networks:

CALL TO ACTION!! CALLING ALL MOVEMENT SIBLINGS!!!




In face of Black History Month and all the ongoing pervasive violence targeting transgender women and queer youth of color, Trans and Queer youth of color are letting adults know that they are here to express, resist, and organize.

 

In an urgent youth-led demand for peace and acceptance, we call for safety, dignity and justice for all our trans and queer communities of color. Since the start of 2015, there have been more than seven known assassinations of our trans sisters’ nation-wide, including the murder of queer brown teenager Jessie Hernandez, who was only 17 years old when murdered by Denver police.

 

Our Trans and Queer youth leaders of color of the Gay- Straight Alliance Network and Youth Justice Coalition from the Southern California area will travel to the Los Angeles City Hall steps to elevate our voices for safety, dignity, and justice of our communities.

 

Please join us this Friday, February 20th on GSA Day for Racial Justice from 5-7pm, starting exactly at 5:00pm in front of the Los Angeles City Hall where Black, Trans, Queer, Latino, and Asian & Pacific Islander immigrant youth will unite and you matter in this movement! We ask that you walk alongside your movement siblings.  After our unity action, we will gather to watch a free movie screening of Paris is Burning. Please be part of this historic action. See you at 5:00 p.m.

‪Please share the flyer and invite family and friends with the hashtags 

#‎TQYouthPower #BlackFutureLegends 

#BlackTransLivesMatter 


What:

Gay- Straight Alliance Day for Racial Justice

Trans and Queer Youth Take Action


Who:

Trans and Queer youth of color from

The Gay- Straight Alliance Network

Youth Justice Coalition


When:

Friday, February 20th, 2015 starting at 5:00 p.m.


Where:

Los Angeles City Hall

City Hall Steps, 212 N Spring St, Los Angeles, California 90012


Why:

The ongoing pervasive violence targeting transgender women and queer youth of color.



Job Opening: Talented Development and Operations Manager To Our Team

posted Feb 20, 2015, 3:12 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Dear personal friends and friends of LA Voice,

Great news: we are looking to add a talented development and operations manager to our team. Fueled by our common faith values, we are poised to have an even greater impact connecting low-income folks to opportunity and influence this year and next, and we need to up our fundraising game to do it! We have gone from a $350,000 budget in 2011 to $820,000 this year and we are aiming for $1 million.

Attached is the job description. Interested people can also access it and need to apply here: http://bit.ly/DevOpMgr.


Would you be willing to share this with at least one person or on one list of yours because it will help us find the right new team member?


Thanks for your continued encouragement, support, and prayers for an LA County that reflects the dignity of all people.

Sincerely,

Zach

P.S. - Another way you can support us is by making a donation here to help to implement Proposition 47 and get more money into rehab and re-entry support instead of jails and to win healthcare for all Angelenos.

Nonprofit Workshop: Driving for Major Impact - “It Takes a Village to Optimize Success”

posted Feb 6, 2015, 4:03 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Green Hasson Janks invites you to our first nonprofit workshop of 2015, featuring a robust lineup of speakers discussing the opportunities, pitfalls and lessons learned when creating a major impact or campaign for your organization, including leveraging constituents and volunteers to help drive the results your nonprofit wants. The program will kickoff with keynote speaker Patrick McClenahan, CEO, Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015, followed by a panel discussion of industry experts that will discuss the importance of being results driven to help fulfill your nonprofit's mission.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. – Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. – Program

Location:
Center at Cathedral Plaza
555 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Maps & Directions

Credit: For your convenience, we are now issuing California CPE credit through Checkpoint Learning. Please note that you will need to provide your username at the registration table when you check in to receive CPE credit. To create your username and password, please click here. For first time Checkpoint Learning registrants, please check out our Frequently Asked Questions Guide.

Registration: This program is offered at no charge. Seating is limited. To RSVP or for more information about this event, please click the "Register" tab on this page or contact events@greenhassonjanks.com.

Parking: We will be providing validations for self-parking at the Cathedral.​


Job openings with LA County DPH--PLACE Program

posted Jan 29, 2015, 4:58 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Dear Colleague,

The PLACE Program at the LA County Public Health Department fosters policy change in support of healthy, active communities.  We have recently received several grants which will allow us to bring on new staff.  We would greatly appreciate your help in spreading the word about these job opportunities by forwarding this email.  The positions are described below and job announcements are attached.  Thank you for your help! 
Active Transportation Planner/Project Manager:
 The Active Transportation Planner will serve as project manager for the Healthy Policies Initiative, which supports policy change in cities with high rates of obesity.  This person will have primary responsibility for preparing active transportation plans and policies (e.g. Safe Routes to School Plans, bicycle and pedestrian plans, etc.) including all technical, management, and outreach duties.
Outreach Coordinator/Project Manager:
The Outreach Coordinator will have primary responsibility for all project management and administrative duties of the Active Transportation Outreach Program. This program will build support for and gain input into the development of bicycle and pedestrian amenities in Los Angeles County unincorporated areas.
Outreach Assistant:
The Outreach Assistant will support the implementation of the Active Transportation Outreach Program under the direction of the Outreach Coordinator. This program will build support for and gain input into the development of bicycle and pedestrian amenities in Los Angeles County unincorporated areas.
Grant Writer:
The Grant Writer will work with low income cities to develop and submit grant applications to fund the implementation of active living plans, policies and programs such as Safe Routes to Schools Programs, park plans, bicycle and pedestrian master plans, etc.

Sierra Club Angeles Chapter- 2015 Sustainability Forum

posted Dec 29, 2014, 4:12 PM by BHC Boyle Heights

Sierra Club Angeles Chapter invites you to our 2015 Sustainability Forum

 

 

Urban Green   Climate Disruption •   Green Transportation

Keynote Speaker- Matt Petersen, Los Angeles Chief Sustainability Officer

Jere Lipps PH.D - UC Berkeley Climatologist, Mark Gold Ph.D- UCLA Institute of Environment & Sustainability

•Panel discussion •

Jessica Aldridge- 350.org, Kwazi Nkrumah- MLK Coalition

Dr. Les McCabe Global Green, Darrell Clarke- Sierra Club

 

                                        January 10th 2015

                                        10am-1pm

                        Los Angeles Convention Center

                    1201 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA

                                        Room # 405

METRO RAIL Take the Metro Blue or Expo Line to the Pico Station, directly across from the Los Angeles Convention Center.

METRO BUS- Metro Bus routes service all of Los Angeles and many lines stop near LACC, including lines 30, 81, 442, 460 and the Silver Line



PARKING - West Hall Garage 

 

 
 

 

Please register at  angeles2.sierraclub.org/forum   or

Angélica González at (213) 387- 4287 ext. 204





 

 


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