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Resources, Health Needs, & the Impact of the US Census in Black Communities

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Oakwood Community Center

3825 South Vincennes Avenue

Chicago, IL 60653

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Join us for a candid conversation about economic development, resource allocation, health and how the US Census effects the black community.

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Community Grand Rounds is the premier program of the Center for Community Health and Vitality (CCHV). Community Grand Rounds is a series of events held in a community setting focusing on how the University of Chicago research can help improve health on the South Side. The series includes networking opportunities, formal presentations, and audience question and answer sessions on a variety of issues. This proven format allows University investigators to talk with community members about existing research projects that can improve health and wellness. Series topics are determined by community members in partnership with University faculty.

The February 6th Community Grand Rounds will focus on the topic of "Strengthening the Black Community: Resource Allocation, Economic Development, Health Needs, and How Not Participating in the US Census Has an Impact". The event will include professionals with expertise in these areas.

***Dinner will be served. Early arrival is strongly suggested.*** For additional information please contact Natalie Watson at 773-834-4244.

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