Michigan Community Action
MCA Update – December 15th
See newsletter for the full story on each of these items
- Gov. Whitmer Announces Bipartisan Protect Michigan Commission to Educate Michiganders on COVID-19 Vaccine
MCA encourages its members to apply to serve on the commission
- Lillie Williams-Grays is retiring after serving for 16 years as the Executive Director of the Saginaw County Community Action Committee, Inc
- Pure Michigan Small Business Relief Initiative Available for Businesses in Your Area!
MCA Social and Racial Justice Team Series
A set of training and learning resources for community action agencies and anti-poverty activist. Trainings are free for Michigan Community Action members; nonmembers are encouraged to attend for a suggested donation of $25 per training to the Michigan Community Action Greatest Needs Fund.
See a description and registration for each session held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month Jan-April.
2021 Virtual Management and Leadership Training Conference
Community Action Partnership, February 3-5
Key session topics: COVID-19 Response – Economic Mobility – Energy Efficiency – Organizational Excellence – Equity
Additional information and registration
COVID-19 vaccines: Get the facts, Mayo Clinic
20 Ways to Block Mobile Attacks, KnowBe4
22 Social Engineering Red Flags, KnowBe4
National Day of Racial Healing
W.K. Kellogg Foundation, January 19
The day will be centered around experiences rooted in truth-telling that lead to racial healing for a more just and equitable future. It’s a day for authentic dialogues, so we can start to see and hear each other. A day to share our stories, to recognize our shared humanity, so we can come together and transform the world around us.
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