Urban League Guild COVID 19 Virtual Discussion

Community Support

Founded 100 years ago on May 16, 1919, ULEM community support is built on 4 pillars:

1. Learning & Development
2. Wealth Access
3. Health & Wellness
4. Civic Engagement

We have never faced a more formidable opponent to health and wellness than COVID-19, presenting extraordinary and evolving threats to all other aspects of life.

Emotional, Mental, Physical Challenges of COVID-19

Please join us on a virtual seminar 16-May-2020 (Saturday) 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on communities throughout metro Boston.

We will look at various areas under stress including access to and identification of medical resources, quarantining, and methods of coping with this historic virus.

We will feature speakers Gregory C. Scott, Leadership and Business Development Strategist and Reverend Traci Jackson Antoine, ULEM Director of Domestic and Sexual Violence Program.

We anticipate the collaboration will enable us to overcome.

 

We Should Be

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Self-determination:
"reaffirms the right of persons and peoples to determine their own destiny
and daily lives; to live in peace and security; and to flourish in freedom
everywhere."

Respecting self-definition means no imposing of will, physically or
through other forms of intimidation/discrimination.

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