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Prevention Institute is a national non-profit that aligns strategy, policy and networks of organizations to build health, foster equity and prevent injury in areas where people live, work, learn and play. We work with communities, government, and foundations to design primary prevention strategies that save lives and money in communities across the country.

An equitable recovery is one that prioritizes racially just, community-led solutions to reverse the underlying inequitie...
09/09/2021

An equitable recovery is one that prioritizes racially just, community-led solutions to reverse the underlying inequities that have generated disparities in COVID-19 case and death rates. And we have the opportunity to achieve that.

But almost 18 months into this public health crisis, BIPOC communities across California still face unjust economic impacts and the highest COVID-19 case rates.

A new report from Prevention Institute, the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, and ChangeLab Solutions shares recommendations for how California policymakers can make structural changes and partner with community-based organizations to support a more equitable recovery.

Read the report: https://preventioninstitute.org/publications/how-california%E2%80%99s-community-based-organizations-filled-gaps-underserved-communities

An equitable recovery is one that prioritizes racially just, community-led solutions to reverse the underlying inequities that have generated disparities in COVID-19 case and death rates. And we have the opportunity to achieve that.

But almost 18 months into this public health crisis, BIPOC communities across California still face unjust economic impacts and the highest COVID-19 case rates.

A new report from Prevention Institute, the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, and ChangeLab Solutions shares recommendations for how California policymakers can make structural changes and partner with community-based organizations to support a more equitable recovery.

Read the report: https://preventioninstitute.org/publications/how-california%E2%80%99s-community-based-organizations-filled-gaps-underserved-communities

Every 10 years following the U.S. Census, the Los Angeles City Charter requires that district boundaries for the City Co...
09/08/2021

Every 10 years following the U.S. Census, the Los Angeles City Charter requires that district boundaries for the City Council be redrawn so that each district is substantially equal in population.

Redistricting helps assure that communities have equal access to political representation. How and where district boundaries are drawn can shape the communities’ ability to elect the representatives of their choice.

During Commission meetings, members of the public are provided an opportunity to provide public comment on related matters. Instructions for providing public comment during a meeting can be found on meeting agendas. For more information on #LARedistricting visit:

https://laccrc2021.org/how-to-get-involved/

Every 10 years following the U.S. Census, the Los Angeles City Charter requires that district boundaries for the City Council be redrawn so that each district is substantially equal in population.

Redistricting helps assure that communities have equal access to political representation. How and where district boundaries are drawn can shape the communities’ ability to elect the representatives of their choice.

During Commission meetings, members of the public are provided an opportunity to provide public comment on related matters. Instructions for providing public comment during a meeting can be found on meeting agendas. For more information on #LARedistricting visit:

https://laccrc2021.org/how-to-get-involved/

Prevention Institute has several new #su***deprevention resources that explore how to support communities during catastr...
08/30/2021

Prevention Institute has several new #su***deprevention resources that explore how to support communities during catastrophic events.

Read our full alert to learn about our new online modules that focus on su***de and trauma prevention during times of crisis, our latest video promoting social connection, and our new brief about trauma-informed systems change.

https://us17.campaign-archive.com/?u=5f4bf5a36bd9f72789255d49a&id=71bfcf65b9

*Photo credit: Creative Commons by sdttds

Prevention Institute has several new #su***deprevention resources that explore how to support communities during catastrophic events.

Read our full alert to learn about our new online modules that focus on su***de and trauma prevention during times of crisis, our latest video promoting social connection, and our new brief about trauma-informed systems change.

https://us17.campaign-archive.com/?u=5f4bf5a36bd9f72789255d49a&id=71bfcf65b9

*Photo credit: Creative Commons by sdttds

Active and idle wells emit hazardous air pollutants like benzene, hydrogen sulfide, particulate matter, black carbon and...
08/30/2021
Phase Out Oil Drilling in Los Angeles

Active and idle wells emit hazardous air pollutants like benzene, hydrogen sulfide, particulate matter, black carbon and formaldehyde” (USC News). We can’t afford to wait - call on the LA County Board of Supervisors to phase out oil drilling in LA County: sc.org/laoil #NoDrillingWhereWereLiving

Call on elected leaders in Los Angeles to phase out oil drilling in 5 years with protections for communities and workers.

08/16/2021

We’re pleased to announce a third round of Elevate Youth California funding! Grants up to $1 million over three years will support youth activism and prevention of youth substance use.

We are accepting applications from community-based organizations that strive for health equity and that will work on culturally and linguistically appropriate prevention, outreach and education projects focused on youth ages 12 to 26, who are at even greater risk for substance use due to intersectional identities and social factors.

Visit elevateyouthca.org (link in bio) for full details, application instructions and review webinar information. Applications are due on September 27 at 1 p.m.

Join PreventConnect and Prevention Institute on Tuesday, August 24th, 11 AM - 12:30 PM PT for a webinar, "Intersectional...
08/12/2021
Intersectional justice and safety from sexual violence: Spotlights from a new report on health equity strategies

Join PreventConnect and Prevention Institute on Tuesday, August 24th, 11 AM - 12:30 PM PT for a webinar, "Intersectional justice and safety from sexual violence: Spotlights from a new report on health equity strategies."

Our guests will be Yamila Ruiz Communications Director, One Fair Wage and Sarah Rennie ( Prout), Executive Director, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence.

Presenters will share about their work that is featured in a new joint publication by Prevention Institute and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), “A Health Equity Approach to Preventing Sexual Violence.” The paper explores five strategies to build communities where everyone has a fair and just opportunity to be safe from sexual violence. These strategies include:

1) Elevating community leadership and resilience
2) Creating spaces for healing in prevention efforts
3) Facilitating internal organizational change
4) Addressing underlying factors that contribute to violence and safety
5) Partnering across fields and movements

(This web conference will only occur once. It will be recorded and archived.) TUESDAY AUGUST 24, 2021 TIME ZONE TIME HAWAII (HST/HDT) 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM ALASKA (AKST/AKDT) 10:00 AM – 11:…

Can California Help America Reduce Gun Violence?
08/11/2021
Can California Help America Reduce Gun Violence?

Can California Help America Reduce Gun Violence?

The United States has more fi****ms (390 million) than people (325 million), routinely experiences mass shootings, and suffers rates of gun violence far higher

"It’s too late to reverse the damage done to the Earth’s climate. It’s not too late to change course right away to preve...
08/09/2021
A Hotter Future Is Certain, Climate Panel Warns. But How Hot Is Up to Us.

"It’s too late to reverse the damage done to the Earth’s climate. It’s not too late to change course right away to prevent things from getting far worse.

That’s the scientific consensus presented this morning to world leaders by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. It’s the most complete synthesis of climate science available, based on a review of thousands of research papers assessing how the combustion of coal, oil and gas has altered the Earth’s climate and with it, human destiny.

The report doesn’t present one future foretold, though. Its most important finding is that there are several futures possible."

Some devastating impacts of global warming are now unavoidable, a major new scientific report finds. But there is still a short window to stop things from getting even worse.

"Moreland was exactly the kind of person whom the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was trying to help when it ...
08/05/2021
Eviction moratoriums didn’t stop judges in one Ohio city from ousting hundreds from their homes

"Moreland was exactly the kind of person whom the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was trying to help when it ordered a stop to evictions last fall, a policy the Biden administration has extended until October in much of the country. She was an essential worker reeling from the economic and emotional traumas of the pandemic. Akron exemplified the kind of community that needed the moratoriums most; even before COVID-19 arrived, it had the worst eviction rate among Ohio’s large cities and one of the highest rates among big cities in the U.S., according to Princeton University’s Eviction Lab.

But for Moreland and hundreds of other Akron-area tenants during the pandemic, the federal moratoriums provided little protection. "

Tenants were evicted even when landlords didn’t follow the publicly stated rules.

"From the Agriculture Department to the Pentagon to the National Park Service, hundreds of jobs in climate and environme...
08/02/2021
Biden’s Climate Plans Are Stunted After Dejected Experts Fled Trump

"From the Agriculture Department to the Pentagon to the National Park Service, hundreds of jobs in climate and environmental science across the federal government remain vacant.

Scientists and climate policy experts who quit have not returned. Recruitment is suffering, according to federal employees, as government science jobs are no longer viewed as insulated from politics. And money from Congress to replenish the ranks could be years away.

. . . The Interior Department has lost scientists who study the impacts of drought, heat waves and rising seas caused by a warming planet. The Agriculture Department has lost economists who study the impacts of climate change on the food supply. The Energy Department has a shortage of experts who design efficiency standards for appliances like dishwashers and refrigerators to reduce the pollution they emit."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/01/climate/biden-scientists-shortage-climate.html?campaign_id=2&emc=edit_th_20210802&instance_id=36870&nl=todaysheadlines®i_id=51173017&segment_id=65112&user_id=a78d8b19a45edb3efe6adcd102258b15

Hundreds of scientists and policy experts left the government during the Trump administration. The jobs remain unfilled six months into President Biden’s term.

"What began as City Heights Hope in 2006 consisted of a small group of East African women doing advocacy work in City He...
07/27/2021
As a young girl, she benefited from United Women of East Africa. Now she's one of its youth leaders

"What began as City Heights Hope in 2006 consisted of a small group of East African women doing advocacy work in City Heights. By 2008, that smaller group evolved into UWEAST, a nonprofit organization advocating for culturally competent health services and education, and for the well-being of its community by providing programming for women and families.

Adam, 23, is the youth coordinator for the organization and the catering manager for UWEAST’s catering arm, Baraka & Bilal. In these roles, she serves as a tutor and works with the nonprofit’s Girl Scout troop, as well as facilitates a virtual monthly cooking class to introduce community members to healthy foods and oversees a group to support the mental and emotional health of youth 16 to 25."

https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/lifestyle/people/story/2021-07-24/as-a-young-girl-she-benefited-from-united-women-of-east-africa-now-shes-one-of-its-youth-leaders

Miriam Adam is youth coordinator with United Women of East Africa Support Team, a nonprofit advocating for culturally competent health services for the East African community in San Diego

"Flash flooding of the type seen in London this weekend will become a more common occurrence as the climate crisis worse...
07/26/2021
Flash floods will be more common as climate crisis worsens, say scientists

"Flash flooding of the type seen in London this weekend will become a more common occurrence as the climate crisis worsens, scientists have warned, and the UK government, businesses and householders must do much more to protect against future harm.

Dr Jess Neumann, a hydrologist at the University of Reading, said: “Flooding from intense summer rainfall is going happen more frequently. No city, town or village is immune to flooding and we all need to take hard action right now if we are to prevent impacts from getting worse in the future.”"

Overhaul of UK infrastructure needed to ensure it is not overwhelmed by impact of extreme weather

Parks and other green spaces are crucial for the health and wellbeing of communities—a fact made even clearer during the...
07/21/2021

Parks and other green spaces are crucial for the health and wellbeing of communities—a fact made even clearer during the pandemic. But not all communities have access to these vital resources, in particular African American, Latino and low-income communities.

In this free webinar, the authors of Prevention Institute’s new report, "Changing the Landscape: People, Parks, and Power," will share an approach to park and green space equity that prioritizes investing in the capacity of people closest to the problem so they can drive policy and systems changes to achieve population-level impacts.

The webinar will also include information about an upcoming funding opportunity for community-based organizations as part of the "People, Parks and Power: A National Initiative for Green Space, Health Equity, and Racial Justice."

Support for the P3 initiative and the Changing the Landscape paper is provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Register for the webinar here: https://preventioninstitute.org/event/webinar-%E2%80%93-changing-landscape-people-parks-and-power

*Photo credit: Kounkuey Design Initiative

#parkequity #racialjustice #publichealth #greeninfrastructure

Parks and other green spaces are crucial for the health and wellbeing of communities—a fact made even clearer during the pandemic. But not all communities have access to these vital resources, in particular African American, Latino and low-income communities.

In this free webinar, the authors of Prevention Institute’s new report, "Changing the Landscape: People, Parks, and Power," will share an approach to park and green space equity that prioritizes investing in the capacity of people closest to the problem so they can drive policy and systems changes to achieve population-level impacts.

The webinar will also include information about an upcoming funding opportunity for community-based organizations as part of the "People, Parks and Power: A National Initiative for Green Space, Health Equity, and Racial Justice."

Support for the P3 initiative and the Changing the Landscape paper is provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Register for the webinar here: https://preventioninstitute.org/event/webinar-%E2%80%93-changing-landscape-people-parks-and-power

*Photo credit: Kounkuey Design Initiative

#parkequity #racialjustice #publichealth #greeninfrastructure

"After undergoing sterilization without her consent or knowledge, Kelli Dillon said she began experiencing menopause sym...
07/19/2021
Survivors of California’s forced sterilizations: ‘It’s like my life wasn’t worth anything’

"After undergoing sterilization without her consent or knowledge, Kelli Dillon said she began experiencing menopause symptoms when she was only 24.

“They weren’t telling me what they did and my body was going haywire,” said Dillon, who was released from prison in 2009 and now runs her own non-profit domestic violence counseling and violence prevention program and serves on a family services commission for the city of Los Angeles.

At the time, she was serving a 15-year manslaughter term for killing her abusive husband, after, she said, he hit her with an iron and threatened her two young sons.

Dillon said she had authorized the prison doctors to give her a hysterectomy only if cancer was found in the surgery, but no signs of cancer were ever reported.

She said the sterilization shattered her dreams of one day restarting her family and left her struggling with anxiety and depression.

“It was like my life wasn’t worth anything,” she said. “Somebody felt I had nothing to contribute to the point where they had to find this sneaky and diabolical way to take my ability to have children.”"

A new reparations program will compensate survivors of prison system sterilizations and the 20th century eugenics campaign

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At Prevention Institute, we're committed to advancing quality, primary prevention -- policy and environmental changes that support health, in the first place. Quality prevention means: - Advancing solutions Rooted in Community Wisdom—the combined knowledge, assets, and skills of community members which is the foundation for a stronger, healthier community environment and successful, sustainable prevention efforts. - Pursuing Comprehensive Action to solve complex problems and achieve far-reaching gains in health and safety. Applies a layered framework of mutually supportive community prevention strategies to improve social and physical environments. - Taking Two Steps to Prevention, tracing a pathway from medical concerns to the community conditions, norms, and root factors leading to poor health and inequality in the first place. Finds community solutions supporting prevention and wellness for everyone. Promoting Norms That Support Equity, Health, and Safety. Norms are "behavior shapers," levers for effective prevention. Altering policy is a vital tipping factor for changing norms, leading to supportive behavior and improved health and safety. Encouraging Interdisciplinary Partnerships to help break down silos; synthesize and integrate knowledge, perspectives, and tools across disciplines; and construct shared comprehensive solutions. Catalyzing Innovative Strategies and Analysis that change community-wide systems and foster a new way of thinking where prevention is primary.

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FREE WEBINARS: Join PI, UCLA Center for Occupational and Environmental Health - COEH and UCLA Center for Healthy Climate Solutions for the Park Equity, Life Expectancy, and Power Building Two-Part Webinar Series to learn more about PI’s new Park Advocacy Toolkit to push for park equity. The toolkit was developed through research focused on LA County and provides information and insights applicable to communities across the U.S. Webinar 1: Join us on Wednesday, November 18 to learn more about our life expectancy predictive model research process, methodology, findings, and possible replication. Webinar 2: Join us on Thursday, December 10 to learn more about policy advocacy action and power building for park equity. Register here: www.bit.ly/ParkEquityNow
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I'd like to share a rather unusual free resource...parenting tips bumper stickers. Advancing Parenting, a Camarillo CA nonprofit organization, produces parenting tips bumper stickers and makes them available at no cost to schools, organizations, agencies, clinics, businesses, and individuals. There are fifty-one in a set and each one communicates a parenting behavior or practice generally recognized as supporting the healthy development of children. Just one will be read thousands of times! Bumper stickers are a unique and powerful way to educate everyone about parenting. At stoplights drivers and passengers point, smile, and nod. Conversations start up and often a phone is used to take a pic of the sticker right at the stoplight. Presumably, they are being shared on social media. It's wonderful to see! Sets of the stickers can be put in holders and placed on counters and tables so folks can select one or more for their cars. Visit www.advancingparenting.org to order this free resource. Use a computer...our website is not optimized for phones. Please share.
I'd like to share a rather unusual free resource...parenting tips bumper stickers. Advancing Parenting, a Camarillo CA nonprofit organization, produces parenting tips bumper stickers and makes them available at no cost to schools, organizations, agencies, clinics, businesses, and individuals. There are fifty-one in a set and each one communicates a parenting behavior or practice generally recognized as supporting the healthy development of children. Just one will be read thousands of times! Bumper stickers are a unique and powerful way to educate everyone about parenting. At stoplights drivers and passengers point, smile, and nod. Conversations start up and often a phone is used to take a pic of the sticker right at the stoplight. Presumably, they are being shared on social media. It's wonderful to see! Sets of the stickers can be put in holders and placed on counters and tables so folks can select one or more for their cars. Visit www.advancingparenting.org to order this free resource. Use a computer...our website is not optimized for phones.
Over the next year, the Los Angeles County Chief Sustainability Office is developing a Climate Vulnerability Assessment (CVA) to learn more about the region's physical and social vulnerabilities to climate change. The CVA will guide climate adaptation and resilience efforts such as policies and programs related to public health, emergency preparedness, land use planning, and community involvement. Join The Conversation - RSVP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kickoff-workshop-los-angeles-climate-vulnerability-assessment-tickets-121467678095 Use your voice to help shape the LA County CVA!
March 25th 2020 Press Release Your Vacuum Cleaner Could Be a COVID-19 Coronavirus Super Spreader! The Federal Government experts and doctors on the news do a great job of explaining how to take important precautions such as washing your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, using anti-bacterial hand sanitizer, keeping hard surfaces clean and sanitized while staying away from crowds of more than 10 people in a room. However the news and infectious disease health experts never think of explaining to the people in charge the importance of keeping indoor environments in homes and buildings clean and safe by explaining in detail that poorly sealed vacuum cleaners should be without question a huge concern because they can and will become SUPER SPREADERS of the COVID-19 Coronavirus when used to vacuum clean unknown or known contaminated areas and are then used to clean carpeting and surfaces in other homes and buildings that have not been contaminated. Most brands and models of vacuum cleaners are without question poorly sealed at both the units filters and the case itself causing them to spew dust, bacteria, mold spores and viruses back into the air while operating to contaminate every surface in the areas being vacuumed, the people working in these now contaminated areas and the person or people doing the cleaning. This also goes for most brands of highly marketed and sold HEPA filtered vacuum cleaners because they have been proven by laser particle and smoke testing that they are all to often, also poorly sealed. Anyone that has to dust the furniture and countertops after vacuuming should know that they are now operating a COVID-19 Coronavirus Super Spreader. It is important to know that when a COVID-19 infected person sneezes or coughs into the air, the live virus infected mucus that hits the carpeting will bind into and live in the carpet dust for 3-10 days or more, just waiting for a poorly sealed vacuum cleaner to spread the virus impregnated dust to contaminate many others in multiple areas that will be vacuumed next. This could include different homes by housekeepers or office spaces by cleaning services. A simple test that anyone can do to see if their vacuum cleaner may be a COVID-19 Super Spreader is to place their running partially dust filled vacuum cleaner into a beam of sunlight coming through a window. If the vacuum cleaner is not properly sealed you will easily see tens of thousands of dust particles spewing into the beam of sunlight. The only residential / commercial vacuum cleaner we have tested to be totally sealed at both the HEPA filter and the case itself that can pass a laser particle test over and over again when loaded with dust at 99.97 percent of efficiency at .03 microns of particle size (Which Is 1 third of one micron of size) is the (Made In The USA) Air Storm HEPA Vacuum Cleaner that is made to Military Specs where absolutely no dust will escape from this vacuum cleaner while operating! This makes the Air Storm HEPA vacuum cleaner the best choice for the best chance to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus while vacuuming. We can’t 100 percent guarantee that the Air Storm will absolutely stop the virus from getting through it without further testing that we would like to see. However we do truly feel that since the virus binds into the dust being vacuumed and no dust escapes from this vacuum cleaner while the vacuuming is being done, the Air Storm its without question the best choice to utilize when cleaning homes and office spaces during and after this COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic! Especially when comparing the 100 percent sealed to Military specs Air Storm HEPA vacuum cleaner to the many extremely, poorly sealed vacuum cleaners now being used every day to clean with while actually contaminating populated areas while the quickly on the move forward COVID-19 Coronavirus has already actively infected hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Family’s, housekeepers, cleaning services and the people having their homes and office spaces cleaned will all greatly benefit when a truly sealed HEPA vacuum cleaner is being used! For more information on the 100 percent sealed to Military Specs Air Storm HEPA vacuum cleaner see the website at https://www.aircleaners.com/residential-commerical-hepa-vacuum-cleaners/ Or Call 1-888-578-7324
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The CLEVER ACTION LDA (Portugal) is developing a new medical nebulizer named CACHEGRIP. The R&D TEAM OF CACHEGRIP project asks for comments, opinions and collaboration. The CACHEGRIP is a new self-portable (SCARF) medical nebulizer, regulable and programmable remotely by the Doctor, to administrate therapeutic solutions (provided by pharmaceutical companies exclusively), in ambulatory regimen, for treatment and prevention of respiratory and allergic diseases, keeping the patient PERMANENTLY RELIEVED OF AGGRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY, without need to intervene, isolate or change his daily life. We do this campaign to generate a “DEMANDE FORCE to induce the pharmaceutical companies to perform PARTNERSHIPS for its development. ADOPTS THE CACHEGRIP, stating your Opinion and LIKE at page: www.facebook.com/Cachegrip-1854962898167005
My name is David Dooley. I run a small nonprofit in Bakersfield, CA called Advancing Parenting. We are pioneering a new approach to parenting education that reaches everyone, everywhere, all the time. Specifically, we place fifty concise and unambiguous parenting tips in public spaces, including but not limited to windows of stores, offices, restaurants, automobiles, and billboards. This, in an effort to elevate the quality of parenting, reduce ACES (adverse childhood experiences), and improve educational outcomes for children. Visit our website, advancingparenting.org to see examples and the complete list of parenting tips. The purpose of this post is simply fyi. Contact us if you would like more information or if you would like to order sets of the fifty parenting tips bumper stickers for waiting room displays or to give away at events. Parenting tips bumper stickers will be read 1000s of times by 1000s of people of all ages. We call this approach proactive, passive/public parenting education. Thank you.