Urban League of Louisiana will be hosting their 2019 School Expo at the Mercedes Superdome on Saturday, February 16th, 10 am to 2pm

Good Morning:

The Urban League of Louisiana will be hosting their 2019 School Expo at the Mercedes Superdome in New Orleans on Saturday, February 16 from 10 am to 2pm. They are inviting organizations that provide educational, health, social and recreational services to parents and school-age children in Orleans Parish to table at this event.   They are also inviting children, parents and other care givers to attend this event.   Registration is required for vendors as well as attendees.

Refer to the flyer below for additional information.   Please share this information with others.

Effective January 1, 2019 the Mercedes-Benz Superdome has enhanced its Public Safety Policy to include the type of bag you can bring into the Superdome.

Any bag, purse, or briefcase that is larger than 12″ x 12″ x 6″ WILL NOT be allowed into the Superdome. In addition, all bags must be CLEAR and cannot exceed the 12″ x 12″ x 6″. The clear bag may be hand-carried or have a shoulder strap.

Small clutch bags (4.5″ x 6.5″) will be permitted. The clutch bag does not need to be clear.

Click on Mercedes-Benz Superdome Public Safety Policy for additional details.

 

Emán Williams, MSPH, MA

Health Communications Specialist

Louisiana Department of Health

Eman.Williams@la.gov

Phone: 504-568-8143

Environmental Public Health Tracking Program

http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/subhome/50

 

 

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Tulane University, Center for Public Life: Campus Community Connections

Storytelling & Resource Sharing for Meaningful, Long-Lasting Partnerships

Last Wednesday, CPS hosted a Storytelling & Resource Sharing event at our home-base in Alcee Fortier Hall on Tulane’s campus. Community partners, along with some undergraduate and graduate students and CPS staff, came together to discuss the many ways to maintain and improve upon existing partnerships. All participants were able to share their unique experiences and exchange advice on best-practices. The beautiful weather even allowed for some outdoor activities! A link to the resources discussed at the event, including pictures, can be found here.


CPS Events and Programs

Understanding Your Program: How a Simple “Program Roadmap” Can Make Planning and Evaluation More Useful

Date: Monday, October 8th
Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Location: Small Center, 1725 Baronne Street
Everyone is under pressure to show the impact of their efforts.  Why not use an approach that not only helps you make the case to funders and stakeholders, but, in the process, gives you the understanding YOU need to make immediate improvements to your efforts.  Tom Chapel, who is the Chief Evaluation Officer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and has been helping public and non-profit programs do planning and evaluation for several decades, is returning to repeat his series of popular workshops. For more information or to RSVP, click here.

Racial Reconciliation and Equity Institute

Dates: Oct. 9, 11, 23 & 25, 30, Nov. 1

Time: 11AM-1:30PM

Location: TBA

In collaboration with the Center for Restorative Approaches, CPS is offering a six session institute for a cohort of community leaders who are interested in learning more and practicing dialogue about racial reconciliation and equity in the workplace. Delve into constructs and concepts of race: definitions, history, and institutional frameworks through mindfulness exercises, thought-provoking discussions, speaker presentations, videos, poetry, hands-on experiential educational activities, social gatherings, community building, meals, skills/knowledge component and “homework” assignments.  Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until September 21, 2018. Apply here.

Public Service Internship Fair

Dates: Wednesday, November 7

Time: 5:30PM-7PM

Location: LBC Qatar Ballroom

The Center for Public Service Internship Program aims to offer quality internship opportunities to Tulane students in a variety of fields. The Internship Fair provides an excellent chance for community partners to meet with undergraduate students seeking unpaid, public service internships for the Spring and Summer 2019 semesters. Reserve a table today, by RSVP here. For more information, please contact Myriam Huet mhuet@tulane.edu


Tulane Events

Tulane PRC Health, Racism, and Communication Seminar Series

Seminars cover communication skills focused on the intersections of health and racism, specifically for community organizers, neighborhood groups, and public health students, professionals, faculty and researchers. Free and open to the public. Recordings will be made available on the Tulane PRC’s YouTube page afterward.
  • Thomas LaVeist, PhD: Dean of Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine; Weatherhead Presidential Chair in Health Equity
    • Tuesday, September 11th
  • Julie Fitch, MA: Testing and Capacity-Building Supervisor; STD/HIV Program at Louisiana Office of Public Health
    • Tuesday, September 18th
    • 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
    • 1440 Canal Street, 12th Floor, Room 1210
  • Troi Bechet, MSW: Founder and CEO of Center for Restorative Approaches
    • Tuesday, September 25th
    • 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
    • 1440 Canal Street, 12th Floor, Room 1210

Community Events  

Not In My Neighborhood! Gentrification Screening and Discussion

Date: Friday, September 7th
Time: 7:00 pm-10:00 pm
Location: The Broad Theater, 636 N Broad Street
Film screening and discussion on gentrification and resistance from New Orleans to South Africa. Discussion after the film will feature filmmakers Kurt Orderson and Turpania Bonner. For more information, click here.

PitchNOLA 2018: Education

For the 4th year of PitchNOLA: Education, Propeller is looking for concrete solutions to measurably improve equitable education outcomes in New Orleans. If you have an idea to tackle the achievement gap and support educational equity in New Orleans, send in your application by September 9th! For more information, click here.

Ethical Lunch

Date: Wednesday, September 12th
Time: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Location: First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans, 2903 Jefferson Avenue
The Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal has organized a lunch to organize hospitality workers and secure just working conditions in the industry. For more information, click here.

Nonprofit Fundraising 101

Date: Thursday, September 13th
Time: 1:30 pm-4:30 pm
Location: Ashe Power House Theater, 1731 Baronne Street
Every nonprofit needs to know the options for how it will raise money. This workshop will give you the essential background you need in order to keep your work well-funded. For more information and to register, click here.

Towards Collective Liberation: Embracing an Anti-Racist Worldview 
Dates: Friday, September 21st-Sunday, September 23rd

Location: The Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal, 2903 Jefferson Avenue
With the guidance of Chris Crass, Ruth Idakula, and other special guests, we will work together to unpack the role of white supremacist culture in our organizations and in ourselves, and co-create strategies for moving forward in ways that free us all. For more information or to register, click here.

Casa Samba 2018 Fundraiser

Date: Friday, October 19th
Time: 7:00 pm-11:00 pm
Location: Lyons Recreation Center, 624 Louisiana Avenue
Join Casa Samba at their “Carnaval” style fundraising event, featuring the merging of Brasilian Music and New Orleans Carnaval Music. For more information, click here.

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Laura Murphy

Laura is a senior this year at Tulane University. She is majoring in public health and international development, and minoring in economics. Laura will be working at CPS during the Fall semester as a Student Associate with the partnership team. When not working at CPS, she keeps busy by working as a residential advisor in Weatherhead Hall, working as a research assistant at a Chagas Disease laboratory, and volunteering at CrescentCare. A fun fact about Laura is that she has formally studied 5 languages, but can only speak three (English, Japanese, and Spanish).
Tulane University’s Center for Public Service, 6823 St. Charles Avenue, Alcee Fortier Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118

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City of New Orleans, Office of Youth and Families (OYF) block party, Sept. 29th

Greetings All,

I am working with the City Of New Orleans, Office of Youth and Families (OYF) to coordinate the inaugural block party which will serve as one  of the first public events hosted by OYF. The block party will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018, 1pm-4pm at St. Roch Playground. The event will include guest speakers, resource fair, activities and more.

I am inviting your organization/City department to participate in this event at the resource fair. You can RSVP by clicking here and completing the short form so we can have complete information about who will be representing your organization, contact information and any resources needed.

This event will serve as a great opportunity to engage the youth and families in New Orleans, so if you have any suggestions on other organizations that would benefit, please feel free to reply so I can invite them also.

If you have any questions about the event, please feel free to contact me or Brideisha K. Harness, Community Engagement Coordinator, Youth & Families (bkharness@nola.gov |c (504)-357-0268 | o (504)-658-4944).

Event Details

What: City of New Orleans, Office of Youth and Families Block Party

When:  Saturday, September 29, 2018, 1pm-4pm

Where: St. Roch Playground, 1800 St Roch Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117

Best,

Kyle J. Shelly

Strategic Engagement Manager

Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office|City of New Orleans

504.658.4909 (o) | 504.717.5265 (c) |kjshelly@nola.gov

www.nola.gov/neo

 

 

 

 

Tulane University Concert Band’s Free Spring Concert, April 25th

Tulane University Concert Band’s Free Spring Concert – please circulate & post our poster, & join us Wed. April 25 at 7:30pm, at Dixon Hall!

Tulane Concert Band’s Free Spring Concert
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 7:30pm in Dixon Hall.
Celebrate New Orleans 300th Anniversary with music from across three centuries!
Repertoire from classical to jazz, pop to film and Broadway highlights the world’s cultural influence on New Orleans, and the Crescent City’s impact on the world.
Featured composers include Gottschalk, Morrissey, Handel, Rossini, Holst, Strauss, Kern and more.

Open to the public, so invite all your contacts, family & friends!

We hope to see you there!  Concert is only about 1 hour & followed by a brief reception….

 

Patricia A. McWhorter-Broussard

Program Coordinator
Tulane University Marching Band
504.314.BAND (2263)
Office: 1320 Audubon Street
(upstairs, between Willow & Plum)
 
Mailing address:
Tulane University Marching Band
Newcomb Department of Music
102 Dixon Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118

Alzheimer’s Association: Public Health Events

Please feel free to pass along this free webinar information. If you have questions or would like to follow up, my contact information is below.
Thank you,
Stacey
Stacey Denham MSW, MPH, AE-C | Associate Director Programs & Policy  |Alzheimer’s Association Louisiana Chapter
March 2018

Register online buttonTumeric? Crossword puzzles? Yoga? Every day, older Americans are hearing about what they can do to prevent Alzheimer’s and other dementias. But not all claims are backed by science. Helping people understand the best strategies to protect brain health is a critical public health response to Alzheimer’s that changes the future health of our communities. Join the Alzheimer’s Association during National Public Health Week on Thursday, April 5 from 2:00 to 3:00pm ET for an interactive webinar to learn what works to reduce risk for dementia and how state and local public health agencies can educate the public. Please register in advance.

Controlling hypertension and cutting smoking are among the interventions recommended by The Lancet International Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention and Care based on its evidence review and meta-analysis. Lon Schneider, MD, MS, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, will discuss the Commission’s lifespan-based model of dementia risk and interventions that may maximize cognition. Molly French, Alzheimer’s Association, will highlight the Association’s 2015 evidence review of modifiable risk factors and a new study of lifestyle interventions.

The webinar will also feature two health departments that have provided important leadership on moving the science of risk reduction into campaigns to educate the public. Speakers will include Michele James, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control; Rachel Wexler, New Mexico Department of Health; and Gary Giron, Alzheimer’s Association New Mexico Chapter. Finally, webinar participants will learn about free communications resources that are available to help public health professionals integrate brain health messaging in health education campaigns.

Be sure to register online, mark your calendars for this National Public Health Week event, and forward this message to any interested colleagues.

 

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