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Dillard University

Professional Schools Bldg. Room 115

2601 Gentilly Blvd

New Orleans, LA 70122

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An Avenue of Economic Cultural Changes for Women of Color

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The roles of three (3) local African American Women in the $7 billion green infrastructure and urban storm water management in Treme', 7th Ward and Bunny Friend neighborhoods; Engagement, Education and Advocacy of residents to reduce the effects of repetitive flooding, utilizing the Water Wise Gulf South model; Community driven efforts by residents to set the vision for more resilient, sustainable neighborhoods and; Creating capacity to build workforce development training and small business opportunities for communities of color, with minimal start up costs/investments.

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Dillard University

Professional Schools Building

Room 115 – Georges’ Auditorium

Saturday, October 26, 2019

TIME: 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

PRESENTERS: Angela M Chalk, Executive Director-Healthy Community Services; Cheryl R Austin, Executive Director-Greater Treme Consortium; Katherine Prevost, President-Bunny Friend Neighborhood Association

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Dillard University

Professional Schools Bldg. Room 115

2601 Gentilly Blvd

New Orleans, LA 70122

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