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Civil Rights Conference
November 18, 2014 at 5:30 PM
Lenox Town Hall
As an Advisory Council Member, I write to you today to ask you to Save the Date for the upcoming Civil Rights Conference with US Attorney Carmen Ortiz for Multicultural BRIDGE which will be held on November 18, 2014 at 5:30 PM at the Lenox Town Hall.
US Attorney Carmen Ortiz and members of her local Western MA and Boston offices will be delivering a Civil Rights presentation covering the civil and criminal aspects. Topics will be: Civil Rights (Criminal & Civil), Affirmative Action, Police Activity, Hate Crimes, Immigrant Rights, Equitable Pay, Reproductive Rights, Labor Rights, & Employment Law. A panel discussion, local civil rights case study and community opportunity to connect and ask questions are included in the conference time.
During the pre-reception, BRIDGE will be honoring the presence of Carmen Ortiz with their annual cultural competence and community stewardship by honoring local women and highlighting our local Berkshire County Commission on the Status of Women.
I hope to see you there,
State Rep Smitty Pignatelli
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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Free Home Buyers SeminarTuesday, Sept. 30th and Tuesday, Oct. 14th
Where: Lee Public Library, 100 Main St, Lee, MA 01238
Call to register: 413-243-3322
or Email Judy Turtz at Jturtz@villagemtg.com
JOin us for two informational seminars on the homebuying process featuring speakers from:
Village Mortgage Company
Strategic Information Resources
Thursdays 1-3 PM or 7 - 9 PM October Through May. (Oct 2, Nov. 6, Dec. 4, Jan. 8, Feb. 5, Mar. 5, Apr. 2, May 7)
This more intensive course will build your resource kit developing cultural literacy. We will explore our understanding of cultural competence and proficiency. Small group work is used to create pathways to inclusion, integration and action plans in areas of interest. From "melting pot" to "mosaic", we will explore multicultural attitudes, beliefs and values.Pre-Requisite: Cultural Literacy 101 for Continuing Education and Professional Development credit
16 hour course (Certificate available in the end with final project and homework reflections)
Sept 18, Oct 16, Oct 30, & Nov 20
BRIDGE Satellite Office (GB)
This two-day course improves individuals’ understanding of other cultures and how to demonstrate awareness & mutual respect in diverse settings. Includes an overview and exploration of the cultural competence continuum (NCCC, 2004) from analyzing culturally relevant practices, local demographics, and dimensions of diversity, poverty & culture.
When: Fridays September 5th & 12th.
Where: Berkshire Hills Regional District Office
Cost: $200. 12 hrs.
Topics: Immigration Reform, DACA renewal & registration, Know Your Rights (USCIS Presentation by Lou Chavez)
WHEN: Thursday July 24th, 2014
WHERE: Grace Church
Open to the Community -- Free/Suggested Donation
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