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October FNU Meeting 9:30 am
October FNU Meeting @ Online via Zoom
Oct 2 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
9:30am – Mindful Moment with Theresa 9:40am – Neighborhood Shoutout/Updates – What topic would you like to learn more about? FNU Traffic Taming Taskforce Blocks Groups & Neighborhood Associations Residents Agency Updates Flint Fire Department City of Flint Genesee County Land Bank State of Michigan Flint Public Library Crim Fitness Foundation Hurley Medical Center North Flint Neighborhood Action Council 10:30am – Presentation:  City of Flint Drinking Water Testing Program, Kristin Ward & Mike Allard, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Eric Oswald, EGLE 11:00am – Additional Updates 11:20am – Chris Frye: Communications Update 11:30am – Adjournment Next Meeting:  Saturday, November[...]
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Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 2:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 5 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 6:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
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Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 2:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 12 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 6:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
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Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 2:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 19 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 6:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
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Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 2:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street 6:00 pm
Presidential Seminar – Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Presidential Seminar - Understanding the Birth, Resilience & Renaissance of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: The Significance of Black Wall Street
Here is a free and interesting opportunity being offered by Mott Community College facilitated by MCC President, Beverly Walker-Griffea. This program is about the Tulsa Race Massacre of Black Wall Street in 1921. This would be a good class for everyone to take. Download the flyer (PDF)
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