Wrapping Up 2023 Dear Friend, Fighting for justice and building …
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We believe race and income shouldn’t determine anyone’s future in Long Beach. In our community, everyone should be safe, connected, and healthy.
Resident power is a key driver of change, but did involvement in Building Healthy Communities, Long Beach (BHCLB) contribute to leadership development? To answer this question, the Center for Health Equity Research at California State University, Long Beach developed the Resident Power Survey in collaboration with BHCLB staff and partners as part of the evaluation of the initiative. See the survey!
Click a case study cover below to read more about our past work in the following “Power Building in Long Beach – Building Healthy Communities Long Beach Case Study” publications.
Free “Conscious Cinema” Summer Film Series Lifts Up Historic Social Justice Lessons and Opportunities for Positive Change through Black-Centered Stories Told on the Screen – Long Beach Community is Invited to Participate in Movie Screenings and Intergenerational Dialogue across City to Deepen Understanding and Awareness around Civil Rights Issues from the Past to the Present