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South Asians and Lead Poisoning: Building Bridges for Collective Impact

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42-09 28th Street

Long Island City, New York 11101-4132

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Sapna NYC, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and NYC Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs invite you to a workshop, South Asians and Lead Poisoning: Building Bridges for Collective Impact, to be held on March 12th, 2020. NYC’s South Asians are especially at risk for lead poisoning -- the fight for a Lead Free NYC starts with your commitment. In this workshop, you will learn about lead risk factors for this community, exchange ideas on how to raise awareness about this issue, collaborate with other community based organizations and build partnerships.

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The day will include:

  • Breakfast

  • Remarks from NYC DOHMH and NYC MOIA

  • South Asians & Lead Poisoning by NYC DOHMH

  • Lunch & Networking

  • Presentation on Sapna NYC Community Project

  • NYC MOIA presentation on community outreach strategies

  • Agency Resources for Community Based Organizations

  • Small Group Breakout Sessions

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? You will need a valid photo ID to enter the building. Please allow for extra time to go through security.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? The building is accessible by subway. It is a short walk from the Queens Plaza (E, M, R) or the Queensboro Plaza Station (7, N, W). The building is ADA accessible.

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