May 24, 2019
News - Updates - Resources
Upcoming Events and Trainings
Workplace Inclusion Network Luncheon
You’re invited to join the WIN luncheon for a training on unconscious bias and how it can affect our decision-making at work. If you are interested in creating a work environment where all employees can thrive, this opportunity is for you!

When:  Thursday, June 6, 2019
Where : 6375 Paramount Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90805.
Time:  11am – 1pm, lunch provided.

Community Conversations #4 Guilty Until Proven Innocent
Mr. Tyler was the youngest person on death row in the U.S. (at age 17) when he was convicted. He was incarcerated in Angola prison for 41 years before having his sentence overturned and being released in 2016.

When:  Saturday, May 25
Where Long Beach City College - Dyer Hall (Pacific Coast Campus)
1305 E Pacific Coast Hwy
Long Beach, CA 90806
Time:  3 PM - 5 PM

Community Conversations #5: Black Lives, the arts, and Mattering
Anthony Davis shares his inspiration for writing The Central Park Five. The panel explores how music and art is used in activism and how classical music can more effectively participate in activism.

When:   Thursday, June 6
Where Long Beach City Council Chambers
333 W. Ocean Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90802
Time:  6 PM - 8 PM

LA Regional Census Table
The LA Regional Census Table is a collaborative effort to reach hard-to-count populations in the upcoming decennial census. If you are from an organization focused on boosting civic engagement in traditionally hard-to-count populations, please join to ensure a fair and accurate count!

When: Wednesday, May 29
Where : 5870 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach, CA 90805
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

News, Reports & Resources
Offering Childcare at City Meetings May Be Key to Diversifying Civic Engagement
“The same people show up at all the meetings, and that can lead to mistakes in decision making,” Myrick said. “We set out to see how we can get more people involved in local government, and this is one of the policies we’ve come up with.”

Innovations in Building Meaningful Contact Across Difference 
Examine how to build cohesive communities in an era of migration and change—with a focus on innovations in contact building, leadership engagement, and positive communications—to foster greater belonging for all.

Provision of Hate Violence Victim and Community Response and Community Capacity Building Program Services
The County of Los Angeles Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) issued a Request for Information (RFI) to interested Proposers for the provision of Hate Violence Victim and Community Response and Community Capacity Building Program Services.

Request for Proposals - Strategic Planning and Stakeholder Facilitation Consultant
The City of Long Beach’s Technology and Innovation Department is seeking a stakeholder engagement and facilitation consultant to facilitate and provide technical assistance on the collective impact process on the development of a Digital Inclusion Roadmap.

Job Opportunities
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