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Youth voice fighting to protect their education and passion

Peter, one of the student’s feature, has been involved in our My Brother’s Keeper Initiative work, and reached out when DPS announced they were looking to close NCAS middle school.  He and his peers were present at the community meeting and did an amazing job. They were also able to meet with DPS school board

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heck out this video by youth on youth/young adult centered care.

Colleagues at the University of Michigan’s Adolescent Health Initiative and their Teen Advisory Council just sent out a newly released YouTube video about youth perspectives-recommendation on creating youth/young adult-centered health care.   For those of you whose Title V/MCH program have chosen the adolescent/young adult well visit as the Title V Block grant youth-focused national

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The Annual Colorado 9to25 Youth and Adult Summit: Announcing Lodging Reimbursement Scholarships!

The Annual Colorado 9to25 Youth and Adult Summit www.CO9to25.org   Saturday October 24, 2015 8:00am-4:00pm North High School, 2960 North Speer Boulevard, Denver CO For youth ages 13-19 and adults who work with youth     This Year’s Theme:  Rewriting Your Story Each of us has the power to go beyond our comfort zones to

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HIV/AIDS Awareness and Testing Event called “Take Charge. Take the Test.

HIV/AIDS Awareness and Testing Event called “Take Charge. Take the Test.” is part of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.’s efforts to help decrease the incidence of HIV/AIDS in the black community and especially among African American women in partnership with several other organization in the Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative Campaign.  We hope

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FREE Colorado Black Health Expo_Tomorrow August 29, 2015. BE THERE!

If You Have Not, Please Click Here for Your FREE Registration  This Saturday August 29, join the movement to make Colorado the healthiest Black Folks in the nation. Colorado Black Health Collaborative, brother jeff’s Cultural Center and several organizations will host the Black Health Expo from 1-5pm at Manual High School, 1700 E 28th Street,

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A Civil Right for America’s Youth: Being Ready for Life

For more than a decade, Karen Pittman, CEO and co-founder of the Forum for Youth Investment, has pursued the goal of getting children and youth ready for college, work and life. From defining the abilities young people need to meet life’s responsibilities to developing strategies to help communities provide cradle-to-career supports for success, the Forum

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