Block Watch Meeting 2400 Grant Blvd. / 41st St. Block

2419 N 41st Street 2419 N 41st St., Milwaukee, WI

Join us at the 2400 Grant Blvd. /41st St.Block Club Meeting, so our block can be a better place for us and our children. Agenda Trash Initiative Signs for alley saying we have a block watch Asking neighbors to participate in a contact list Plowing the alley this winter  

St.Joe’s Accountability Coalition Community Town Hall

Wisconsin Black Historical Society 2620 W. Center St., Milwaukee, WI

Regarding Ascension St.Joseph Hospital The St.Joseph Accountability Coalition will host a town hall meeting to share the results of our community survey regarding services at St.Joe's. SJAC will also call on Ascension to negotiate a COMMUNITY  BENEFITS AGREEMENT with specific,enforceable commitments for the future of our neighborhood hospital. Come join the community effort to ensure

Neighborhood Block Club/Watch Meeting

Holy Cathedral Church of God in Christ 2677 N 40th Street, Milwaukee, WIsconsin

Center Peace Neighborhood Council is uniting together for a clean, safe, and peaceful neighborhood. Bring your community safety concerns Sherman Park Neighborhood Improvement District Grant presentation For more information, contact Tremerell Robinson, Center Peace Neighborhood Council Facilitator, at Styln10@aol.com

2020 Milwaukee County Budget Town Hall Meeting

Milwaukee Public Library Capitol Branch 3969 N. 74th St.Milwaukee,

Milwaukee County Supervisors Sequanna Taylor, Eddie Cullen, and Felesia A. Martin invite you to a town hall meeting to discuss the 2020 Milwaukee County Budget. For more information, please contact Supervisor Taylor (414) 278-4278, Supervisor Cullen (414) 278-4263, or Supervisor Martin (414) 278 4241.

U.S. Census Bureau Applicant Day

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Looking for work? The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring and SPCA is hosting an applicant day at our office. Positions to be filled include: Recruiting Assistants, Office Operations Supervisors, Office Clerks, Census Field Supervisors, Address Listers, and Census Enumerators/Takers. Starting pay is $18-$20 per hour. Eligibility requirements include: 18+, U.S. Citizen, Valid Social Security Number.

Sherman Park Neighborhood Needs Listening Session

Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church 3456 N. 38th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Legal Action of Wisconsin, a nonprofit law firm, and The Sherman Park Community Association, Inc., a neighborhood-based group dedicated to improving quality of life for residents, invite you to a special listening session. Whether you are a homeowner, renter, or business owner in Sherman Park, we want YOU to tell US what legal services you

Community Debrief: Century City After Strauss

Good City Brewing 3945 N 31st StMilwaukee,

Moving Forward with Century City After Strauss! For residents of the following neighborhoods: Amani Century City / Franklin Heights Garden Homes Sherman Park Doors open at 10:30 a.m. RSVP required. To learn more and/or RSVP, call (414) 444-9803

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association. January & February Dates: Weds., January 15, 9am-12pm Weds., January 22, 9am-12pm Mon., January 27, 1pm-3pm Mon., February 10, 1pm-3pm Weds., February 19, 9am-12pm Mon., February 24, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney April Hartman or Attorney

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association. January & February Dates: Weds., January 22, 9am-12pm Mon., January 27, 1pm-3pm Mon., February 10, 1pm-3pm Weds., February 19, 9am-12pm Mon., February 24, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney April Hartman or Attorney Elizabeth Pierson. Bring any

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association. January & February Dates: Mon., January 27, 1pm-3pm Mon., February 10, 1pm-3pm Weds., February 19, 9am-12pm Mon., February 24, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney April Hartman or Attorney Elizabeth Pierson. Bring any documents related to your

7th District Aldermanic Candidate’s Forum

Albright United Methodist Church 5555 W Capitol Dr., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

In collaboration with Grasslyn Manor Residents. Hear from the 7th District Aldermanic candidates: Khalif J. Rainey (Incumbent) Elizabeth Brown Kenneth Hughes Fred Royal, Jr. For more information, contact us.   RSVP on Facebook

Milwaukee County Executive Candidate’s Forum

Albright United Methodist Church 5555 W Capitol Dr., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

In collaboration with Grasslyn Manor Residents. Hear from the Milwaukee County Executive candidates: David Crowley Bryan Kennedy Chris Larson Theodore A Lipscomb, Sr. Purnima Nath Jim Sullivan For more information, contact us.   RSVP on Facebook

Voting Site Volunteer Opportunity

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Do you want to work the elections? Volunteer as an Election Inspector! In conjunction with the City of Milwaukee Election Commission, Sherman Park Community Association has adopted the voting site in the Mary Ryan Boys & Club in Sherman Park, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd. Because of the guaranteed large turnout, we need 50 volunteers to

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association. February Dates: Mon., February 10, 1pm-3pm Weds., February 19, 9am-12pm Mon., February 24, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney April Hartman or Attorney Elizabeth Pierson. Bring any documents related to your issue. What can I do at

Voting Site Volunteer Opportunity

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Do you want to work the elections? Volunteer as an Election Inspector! In conjunction with the City of Milwaukee Election Commission, Sherman Park Community Association has adopted the voting site in the Mary Ryan Boys & Club in Sherman Park, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd. Because of the guaranteed large turnout, we need 50 volunteers to

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association. February Dates: Weds., February 19, 9am-12pm Mon., February 24, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney April Hartman or Attorney Elizabeth Pierson. Bring any documents related to your issue. What can I do at office hours? Discuss your

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association. Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney April Hartman or Attorney Elizabeth Pierson. Bring any documents related to your issue. What can I do at office hours? Discuss your civil legal problem with an attorney, free of charge. Get

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association on the following dates: Wed., March 4, 9am-12pm Mon., March 9, 1pm-3pm Wed., March 18, 9am-12pm Wed. March 25, 9am-12pm Mon., March 30, 1pm-3pm Mon., April 6, 1pm-3pm Wed., April 22, 9am-12pm Mon., April 27, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722

Legal Action Attorney Office Hours

Sherman Park Community Association 3526 W. Fond du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Held at Sherman Park Community Association on the following dates: Mon., March 9, 1pm-3pm Wed., March 18, 9am-12pm Wed. March 25, 9am-12pm Mon., March 30, 1pm-3pm Mon., April 6, 1pm-3pm Wed., April 22, 9am-12pm Mon., April 27, 1pm-3pm Appointments encouraged but not required. To make an appointment, call (414) 278 7722 and ask for Attorney

Community Dinner & Meeting—Tri-Block Neighborhood Association

Bethel-Bethany United Church of Christ 2878 N 54th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Your Neighborhood Block Watch—Please get involved in your community! Dinner will be served. Desserts welcome. Learn About Housing and Neighborhood Updates: Tri-Block Neighborhood news TIN (Targeted Investment Neighborhood) Grants for 2020 Bloom and Groom Special Guests include: City of Milwaukee Officials Voter Registration at the dinner Questions? Call your Tri-Block Rep at 414-510-5033 or Bethel-Bethany

Cancelled: Annual Housing Resource Fair

pin Ascension (St Joseph Hospital) 5000 W. Chambers St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The 2020 Sherman Park Community Association (SPCA) Annual Housing Resource Fair scheduled for Saturday, March 14th is cancelled and will be rescheduled for a date in the future. Based on an abundance of caution and concern for their patients Ascension- St. Joseph Hospital Campus is cancelling all events which may generate traffic in excess of

Cancelled: Estate Planning Clinic for Sherman Park Residents

Greater Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church 2479 N Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

In response to the COVID-19 emergency, Legal Action of Wisconsin is suspending all offsite legal clinics, in-person client intake, outreach, and face-to-face meetings effective Monday, March 16, through Friday, April 10. Unfortunately, this includes the Sherman Park office hours through April 10, as well as the Estate Planning Clinic we had planned for March 29. Stay tuned for more

Homebuyer Education Class

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Thinking about buying your first home? Take the first step with Homebuyer Education Classes from Housing Resources, Inc. Classes are held on the following Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee: May 5 & 12 October 6 & 13 December 1 & 2 Topics covered

Bloom & Groom Plant Sale

Sherman Park 3000 N Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

You're invited to Sherman Park Community Association's 10th Annual Bloom & Groom Plant Sale. Sherman Park residents can purchase annuals, perennials & vegetables at minimal cost! Join your neighbors in beautifying Sherman Park! Pre-order by March 17th to ensure availability at these low prices. Click to download the order form and price list, or pick

Homebuyer Education Class

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Thinking about buying your first home? Take the first step with Homebuyer Education Classes from Housing Resources, Inc. Classes are held on the following Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee: May 12 October 6 & 13 December 1 & 2 Topics covered include: Learning

Virtual Homebuyer Education Class

Thinking about buying your first home? Take the first step with Homebuyer Education Classes from Housing Resources, Inc. Topics covered include: Learning to calculate how much you can afford Applying and qualifying for mortgage loans Overcoming barriers that may prevent your home purchase Down payment and closing cost assistance Purchasing foreclosed properties You must attend

Virtual Homebuyer Education Class

Thinking about buying your first home? Take the first step with Homebuyer Education Classes from Housing Resources, Inc. Topics covered include: Learning to calculate how much you can afford Applying and qualifying for mortgage loans Overcoming barriers that may prevent your home purchase Down payment and closing cost assistance Purchasing foreclosed properties You must attend

Virtual Homebuyer Education Class

Thinking about buying your first home? Take the first step with Homebuyer Education Classes from Housing Resources, Inc. Topics covered include: Learning to calculate how much you can afford Applying and qualifying for mortgage loans Overcoming barriers that may prevent your home purchase Down payment and closing cost assistance Purchasing foreclosed properties You must attend

Virtual WI State Senate District # 6 Candidates’ Forum

Presented by Sherman Park Community Association and Grasslyn Manor Block Association. Join us for the Virtual WI State Senate District # 6 Candidates’ Forum, featuring: LaTonya Johnson (6th District Incumbent) Cordelia Michelle Bryant Alciro Deacon Click here to register now. Sign in early at 5:45pm. You will have a chance to submit questions. The event

Virtual WI State Assembly District # 17 Candidates’ Forum

Presented by Sherman Park Community Association and Grasslyn Manor Block Association. Join us for theVirtual WI State Assembly District # 17 Candidates’ Forum, featuring: Michael Brox Abie Eisenbach Supreme Moore Omokunde Chris Walton Click here to register now. Sign in early at 5:45pm. You will have a chance to submit questions. The event will also

Virtual Sherman Park Community Budget Engagement Session

Make your voice heard! Your input is needed to help the city identify spending priorities and potential cuts to balance the 2021 budget. Please also join us for the upcoming virtual Sherman Park Community Budget Engagement Session! By registering for the event on Zoom, you will have an opportunity to submit comments and questions about

Voting Site Volunteer Opportunity

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Do you want to work the elections? Volunteer as an Election Inspector! In conjunction with the City of Milwaukee Election Commission, Sherman Park Community Association has adopted the voting site in the Mary Ryan Boys & Club in Sherman Park, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd. Because of the guaranteed large turnout, we need 50 volunteers to

MCTS Sherman Park Listening Session

In this virtual listening session, MCTS will share updates and gather feedback to meet the transportation needs of all residents. In addition you will learn about steps MCTS is taking to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), transit safety and security, the Bus Shelter art project and some future route improvements to look forward

Virtual Sherman Park Candidates’ Forum

Presented by Sherman Park Community Association and Grasslyn Manor Block Association. Join us for the Virtual Sherman Park Candidates’ Forum, featuring: • LaTonya Johnson (Democratic candidate for WI State Senate District #6) • Alciro Deacon (Republican candidate for WI State Senate District #6) • Abie Eisenbach (Republican candidate for WI State Assembly District #17) •

Voting Site Volunteer Opportunity

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Update: SPCA is still in need of volunteers for its polling site at Mary Ryan Boys and Girls club. We continue to believe that it is critical that we offer people an in person voting option for those who wish to do so in addition to all the unfounded doubt that continues to be cast

Block Watch Captain Virtual Town Hall Meeting

Block Watch Captains are asked to register for this virtual meeting by emailing Marcey Patterson, Community Engagement Liaison to the Mayor, at marcey.patterson@milwaukee.gov. The Zoom link will be provided after registration.

Virtual Annual Meeting 2020

On behalf of The Sherman Park Community Association, Inc. (SPCA), we invite you to join our upcoming Annual Meeting on Thursday, December 10th at 6:00p.m.  This year however, due to the pandemic, the meeting will be hosted virtually via the Zoom platform. Click the button to register:   REGISTER NOW   It is clear,

NID Annual Board Meeting

As we carry on the seventh year of the Sherman Park Neighborhood Improvement District #4 (NID) grants for home repairs, we must do things a bit differently this year in response to COVID-19. This year, the NID Annual Meeting will be held virtually. No need to brave the weather – please join us from the

Reimagining Sherman Park: Virtual Townhall

We welcome you to join 7th District County Supervisor Felesia Martin, Milwaukee County Parks Department, Sherman Park Community Association, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee, and Near West Side in a conversation about how we can reimagine Sherman Park. Please come with your ideas, questions, and comments. Click the button to register: Register

Voting Site Volunteer Opportunity

Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club 3000 N. Sherman Blvd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

We are still in need of volunteers to serve as Election Inspectors for the upcoming election at our Adopt-a-Poll election site. Our ability to serve Sherman Park residents is directly related to having enough volunteers to staff the site, and currently we do not have enough volunteers. We take every precaution in terms of protective

Reimagining Sherman Park Virtual Townhall Meeting

We invite community members to join our continued efforts of Reimaging Sherman Park. This townhall will focus on improvements community members want to see at Sherman Park along with an open discussion for folks to share their ideas. Register Now Your ideas are crucial and matter to the conversation of rebuilding and revamping Sherman

Virtual Housing Workshops

Join Take Root Milwaukee and Sherman Park Community Association for a series of FREE housing workshops on Saturday, April 17. All workshops are free, virtual, and open to the public but advanced registration is required. Sessions will take place on Zoom. Bring your questions! Home Buying Process & Resources: 10AM-11AM Hear from a Realtor, Lender, Homeownership

Reimagining Sherman Park Virtual Townhall Meeting

We invite community members to join our continued efforts of Reimaging Sherman Park. This townhall will focus on improvements community members want to see at Sherman Park along with an open discussion for folks to share their ideas. Register Now Your ideas are crucial and matter to the conversation of rebuilding and revamping Sherman

Earth Day Evening Webinar

Meet Sherman Park's ECO Neighborhood Ambassadors, learn about key projects, and discover more about the program with Erick Shambarger, Sustainability Director for the City of Milwaukee! Register Now

Earth Day in May

Sherman Park 3000 N Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

Pick up your Bloom and Groom refund check, “FREE” seeds, and a yard sign. Win a hanging basket & Learn more about home repair programs for residents in Sherman Park. Plus: Meet with the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s office Sign up and get involved with the “Friends of the Sherman Park” Suggest “Your” ideas for “Re-Imagining

Free

Solar Power Hour Webinar

Residents throughout Milwaukee County have an opportunity to participate in Grow Solar Greater Milwaukee, a program combining volume-purchasing with community education to make solar more accessible and affordable. Home and commercial property owners may participate in this program. Join the City of Milwaukee and the Sherman Park Community Association for this virtual informational solar power

“Commit to Safe Driving” Rally

3930-3998 N 56th StMilwaukee,

Join your fellow neighbors and pledge to drive safely this year; talk to police officers who are part of the Traffic Safety Unit (TSU), visit with our Aldermen, listen to music, enjoy food from the food trucks, and learn about groups that are promoting safe driving. Everyone who signs the pledge to drive safely will

Free

Ko-Thi Around Milwaukee in Sherman Park

Sherman Park 3000 N Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

Join the Ko-Thi Dance Company for this outdoor class to enjoy the magic of dance & music from the African Diaspora, featuring instruction by the Ko-Thi artistic team/members & special guest artists. Free and open to the public!

Free

SPCA 50th Anniversary Event & Community Resource Fair

Sherman Park 3000 N Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

Join SPCA as we kick-off our 50th Anniversary year by sharing community resources, including: Home repair Home ownership Youth programming Violence prevention COVID-19 Health Legal (tenant & landlord) Safe driving Food & supply give-away (from 2-4pm, while supplies last) Community grants Beautification And more! Hosted by Sherman Park Community Association and community partners:

Free

Sherman Park ECO Webinar: Recycling and Composting

Learn about local recycling programs and how to start composting organic waste into soil. Presenters include: Zoe Jump is the Executive Director of Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful (KGMB), a non-profit organization committed to inspiring individuals to become active environmental stewards for sustainable communities Steve O'Connell is a Sherman Park resident and avid backyard gardener Register

Community Call to Action on Reckless Driving

Parklawn Assembly of God 3725 N. Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

Join this community conversation seeking solutions. Learn about driving laws, enforcement, drivers’ license recovery, grassroots safe driving campaigns, and “Vision Zero." Bring a lawn chair for seating!

Free

District 7 Community Virtual Town Hall

Join District 7 County Board Supervisor Felesia Martin, along with representatives from the Office on African American Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department, and more for a community townhall. The purpose of this townhall is to address any questions, needs, concerns, and proposals for projects, and have a discuss on

Shakespeare in the Park

53rd Street School 3618 N 53rd St.Milwaukee,

Shakespeare in the Park and Sherman Park Community Association present a FREE live performance of: A Midsummer Night's Dream: The Lovers' Tale Enjoy a live, professional performance of Shakespeare's most popular Rom Com! Featuring a multi-cultural cast of local actors. Let's get together and celebrate our summer! Bring your lawn chairs, a picnic, and and

Free

Virtual Town Hall Meeting: COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Are you still unsure about the vaccine? Would you like to learn more from a medical professional? Join SPCA's Vaccination Community Organizer Michael Gonzalez, and noted health professions in the City of Milwaukee, to learn more about the vaccines, efficacy rates, what you should consider if you are on the fence, and additional resources. There

Back 2 School Give-A-Way & Resource Fair

Sherman Park 3000 N Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

As we celebrate our 50th Anniversary year of serving Sherman Park residents, we will be having a bookbag giveaway for children 4-17 years of age in Sherman Park, along with other family-friendly entertainment. Get information on resources including: Home repair Home ownership education Health and COVID-19 vaccines Neighborhood safety Safe driving Youth programs Community grants

Free
Recurring

Building the Beloved Community in Sherman Park (For Youth)

UBUNTU Research & Evaluation and BUILD Health will facilitate several sessions for ages 25 and under on various aspects of the "beloved community." The purpose is to develop shared language and foster critical conversations around community engagement. Topics include: Radical Openness: Involves purposefully and actively questioning one’s biases, preconceptions, and/or habitual response tendencies to build

Virtual Town Hall Meeting: COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Are you still unsure about the vaccine? Would you like to learn more from a medical professional? Join SPCA's Vaccination Community Organizer Michael Gonzalez, and noted health professions in the City of Milwaukee, to learn more about the vaccines, efficacy rates, what you should consider if you are on the fence, and additional resources. There

Recurring

Building the Beloved Community in Sherman Park (For Adults)

UBUNTU Research & Evaluation and BUILD Health will facilitate several sessions for ages 26 and up on various aspects of the "beloved community." The purpose is to develop shared language and foster critical conversations around community engagement. Topics include: Radical Openness: Involves purposefully and actively questioning one’s biases, preconceptions, and/or habitual response tendencies to build

District 7 Community Virtual Town Hall

Join District 7 County Board Supervisor Felesia Martin, along with representatives from the Office on African American Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department, and more for a community townhall. The purpose of this townhall is to address any questions, needs, concerns, and proposals for projects, and have a discuss on

ECO Webinar: Canning Fruits and Vegetables

Join Sherman Park residents Lauren Poppen and Lori Banks to learn about: Water bath canning for fruits and vegetables How to manage when your garden produces more than you can eat right now Where to buy fruit/vegetables for preserving What supplies you need to can food Plus plenty of time for any specific questions! Click

ECO Webinar: Residential Energy in Milwaukee (Save Green by Going Green!)

Join Sherman Park Community Association, Green Homeowners United, and more as we go over many of the new and upcoming ways to help your home save money by cutting carbon emissions! New programs at the city level and beyond are being set up to make it easier for homebuyers and homeowners to make their home

Recurring

Building the Beloved Community in Sherman Park (For Adults)

UBUNTU Research & Evaluation and BUILD Health will facilitate several sessions for ages 26 and up on various aspects of the "beloved community." The purpose is to develop shared language and foster critical conversations around community engagement. Topics include: Radical Openness: Involves purposefully and actively questioning one’s biases, preconceptions, and/or habitual response tendencies to build

Lowe’s Community Day of Action

Sherman Park 3000 N Sherman Blvd.Milwaukee,

Lowe’s and several stores from the Wisconsin / Iowa area will host a “Community Day of Action,” sponsored by Lowe’s Region #4 Black Store Managers Council. 9:00a.m.- 12:00 noon- Lowe’s Team and community volunteers, including students from Washington High School, will clean-up and do a restoration at the park to include: landscape replacement, refurbishment of

Free
Recurring

Building the Beloved Community in Sherman Park (For Youth)

UBUNTU Research & Evaluation and BUILD Health will facilitate several sessions for ages 25 and under on various aspects of the "beloved community." The purpose is to develop shared language and foster critical conversations around community engagement. Topics include: Radical Openness: Involves purposefully and actively questioning one’s biases, preconceptions, and/or habitual response tendencies to build