Project News | August 11, 2022

August 11, 2022
Project News August 11, 2022

Jewish Youth for Community Action The Jewish News of Northern California is promoting the programs of Jewish Youth for Community Action on their website, jweekly.com. Jweekly.com is an online resource for Jewish news, events, lifestyle, and activities. Read more here. Radical Monarchs Radical Monarchs hosted a hatha yoga session on Thursday, June 30. The yoga […]

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Remembering Dan Sudran

August 9, 2022
Remembering Dan Sudran

Community Initiatives Celebrates Dan Sudran, Beloved Founder of Mission Science Workshop Please join Community Initiatives in celebrating the life of Dan Sudran, founder and former Director of Mission Science Workshop, who sadly passed away from cancer on Monday, June 13. Dan is fondly remembered by us and all those who were fortunate to know him. […]

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Project News | July 28, 2022

July 27, 2022
Community Initiatives Project News July 28, 2022

El/La Para Translatinas In solidarity with all women, members of El/La Para Translatinas showed their support for the fight against the SCOTUS decision to reverse Roe vs. Wade. They displayed signs of protest during the June 26 PRIDE parade in San Francisco. Read more here. East Bay Getting to Zero There have been over 300 […]

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Project News | July 15, 2022

July 15, 2022
Project News July 15, 2022

Vision Zero Network With a history of a high traffic-related death toll, leadership in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has vouched to get on board with Vision Zero Network’s mission. They plan to execute educational campaigns to improve driver behavior and work toward universal driver’s ed. The Milwaukee Police Department will also tow unregistered vehicles involved in reckless […]

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Project News | June 30, 2022

June 30, 2022
Project News | June 30, 2022

Bay Area Network for Diversity Training in Early Childhood (BANDTEC) On social media, in honor of Pride month, BANDTEC shared a post from LBGTQ+ media advocate Lindz Amer (they/them). In Lindz’s post, they pointed out that many favorite childhood books were written by members of the queer community, including ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, ‘George […]

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Project News | June 16, 2022

June 16, 2022
Project News | June 16, 2022

California Foodshed Funders California Foodshed Funders seeks to shift food production from being an extractive industry to one that rebuilds healthy agricultural ecosystems. In addition, California Foodshed Funders supports the shift to organic farming. Currently, only 2.6% of California’s more than 77,000 farms are organic. An increase in the number of organic farms would mean […]

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Project News | June 2, 2022

June 2, 2022
Community Initiatives Project News June 2, 2022

Attendance Works Attendance Works questions the actual rate of chronic absenteeism in U.S. schools. (Chronic absenteeism is defined as a student missing ten or more days of school.) The data is difficult to measure for a number of reasons, including the fact that absenteeism is reported at the end of the school year and the […]

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Project News | May 19, 2022

May 19, 2022
Community Initiatives Project News May 19, 2022

Palomacy On April 23 of this year, Palomacy participated in the UC Davis 108th Picnic Day. They brought their squad of rescue pigeons to help educate the attendees about pigeon and dove rescue, about which most people are not familiar. They were warmly received by the crowd but had a pigeon mishap: one of their […]

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Project News | May 5, 2022

May 5, 2022
Community Initiatives Project News for May 5, 2022

Project Homeless Connect Project Homeless Connect relies on volunteers to keep their programs running that service un-housed people in the San Francisco area. Do you live in the Bay Area and are looking for a meaningful, rewarding way to give back? Consider becoming a volunteer at Project Homeless Connect. Learn more or apply here. HERicanes […]

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Project News | April 21, 2022

April 21, 2022
April 21, 2022 Project News

Just Solutions Collective Just Solutions Collective has released part 1 of their three-part blog series to address why it’s important to factor in energy burden reduction when taking action to transition to clean energy. Solutions that don’t take the impact energy burden has on households into account do not support environmental or climate justice. Read […]

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