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We want to invite you to the upcoming 12th Annual Community Empowerment Through Black Men Healing Conference. The theme of the conference is the “Intersections of Community Health”. The objective will be to take a deeper look at issues like racial trauma, domestic violence, healthcare, policing, and their relationship to community health. The conference will also explore strategies that will lead to community empowerment and healing. We realize that a stronger, thriving African American community improves the health of the community and the society as a whole.
Free Fresh Food Fridays (formerly Outdoor Market): Free distribution of produce to the public.
NorthPoint’s drive-up COVID-19 testing by appointment is now available for: people with symptoms and people without symptoms that may have been exposed including, but not limited to protesters and essential workers.
HNC – July 2020 Monthly Newsletter | vol 21 issue 28
From Insight News: DEED announces $60M in grants available for small businesses demonstrating financial hardships due to COVID-19
Governor Tim Walz announced that The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is now accepting applications for its Small Business Relief Grants Program which was approved by the Minnesota State Legislature and signed by Walz on June 16, 2020.
Today the Minneapolis Park and Recreation (MPRB) announced it will begin to reopen lesser used parkway sections that have been closed to allow more space for trail users to follow social distancing practices to prevent spreading COVID-19.
Cloth mask/coverings. Starting Tuesday, May 26, people in Minneapolis will be required to wear cloth face masks or coverings when they are in an indoor place of public accommodation (e.g. grocery stores, hotels, retail businesses,...
The Community Health Improvement Partnership of Hennepin County (CHIP) invites community members living in Hennepin County to apply for a mini grant of $250 to $500 to address coronavirus. What they will fund –...