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The “Black Lives Do Matter” installation at Cameron Art Museum. (Julia Wall for The Assembly) To read more of Kevin Mauer's article, please click here. In 2020, protestors were chanting “Black Lives Matter,” but the Wilmington City Council wanted to add a word to the slogan. Artists Janna Robertson and Greyson Davis had approached the council that summer about painting “Black Lives Matter” on Third Street, in front of city hall. A number of cities across the country had moved to do so after...

NC Healthy & Resilient Communities (NCH&RCI) Initiative Launches Resilient North Carolina New Website; Will Engage Communities Statewide Around Resilience

RALEIGH- Resilient North Carolina , a website created by the NC Healthy & Resilient Communities Initiative (NCH&RCI), has launched. Resilient North Carolina is intended for all North Carolinians, with the goal of sharing best practices and connecting individuals and organizations building resilience and reducing trauma statewide. NCH&RCI works to build healthy and resilient communities for young children and families, creating resilience across each generation by bringing...

North Carolina Is “Primed and Ready” to Institute Reforms To Protect Children from Harm, say Co-Chairs Following First Statewide Trauma Summit

More than 550 researchers, advocates, educators, community stakeholders, clinical and practitioner groups, persons with lived experience, legislators, and representatives from state agencies, among others, attended a statewide summit in Raleigh, North Carolina—“Leveraging North Carolina’s Assets to Prevent Child Trauma,” April 27-28. Diana Fishbein, Ph.D., senior scientist in the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG), University of North Carolina, in Chapel Hill, and the...

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