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Project News | March 7, 2024

Just Solutions

Just SolutionsJust Solutions’ Research Collaborative released the Hydrogen Environmental Justice Framework in January 2024 to highlight the environmental justice concerns of hydrogen technologies. As federal policies provide record-breaking funding for hydrogen technology, it is essential to understand and mitigate the impacts to environmental justice communities. Join Just Solutions for a webinar on the key environmental justice principles that should be evaluated for hydrogen technologies outlined by advocates for environmental justice advocates.

The webinar will be held Wednesday, March 13, 2024. Register here.

Project Homeless Connect

Project Homeless ConnectProject Homeless Connect (PHC) is preparing to celebrate its 81st Community Day of Service. They seek volunteers to help both the day before and day of the event. Volunteer activities include setting up, check-in, being a participant buddy, bag check, cafe (food for participants and volunteers), pet services, translators, and event breakdown. PHC has set up several shifts and appreciates any amount of time to support the event. Refreshments and a t-shirt will be provided to volunteers.

PHC’s 81st Community Day of Service will be held Wednesday, March 20th, at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, in San Francisco.

Learn more here.

Download PDF flyer listing services here and volunteer information here.

Attendance Works

Attendance WorksJoin Attendance Works for Family Engagement + Attendance: Two Sides of the Same Coin, a webinar on the critical role of family engagement in addressing chronic absenteeism. The webinar will feature Attendance Works, Learning Heroes, and the Flamboyan Foundation, as they unveil their research on the relationship between pre-pandemic family engagement and the current crisis in student attendance. Attendees will discover actionable insights and hear how one school successfully improved attendance and student achievement. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the transformative power of family engagement in tackling chronic absenteeism.

The webinar will be held March 23, 2024. Register here.


AcaciaAcacia magazine is calling all writers and artists for submissions for their second issue of the magazine. Acacia’s primary scopes are political and cultural, with a commitment to exploring the connection between the American Muslim community and the political left. Acacia also publishes poetry, short fiction, and cultural criticism. Writers do not need to be Muslim to be published. For their second issue, they seek news stories about Muslim voters and the schism within the Democratic Party, Muslim constituents organizing in Michigan, essays from Sudanese Americans, Congolese Americans, and Palestinian Americans about navigating international struggles for freedom from within the heart of empire.

Learn more about Acacia’s pitch process by contacting them via their website.

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