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2/13/16 - Apply Now! for the Community Engaged Research Institute (CERI)

Community Engaged Research Institute (CERI)

June 26 - 30, 2016

University of California, Santa Cruz

11/16/15 - I am a #YOUNGWORKER - Event Wednesday, Nov. 18th

CCREC Fellow and Project Director for the UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education, Dr. Janna Shadduck Hernandez, in partnership with community based organizations throughout Los Angeles will be hosting an event this Wednesday, November 18th, titled I am a#YOUNGWORKER. The event will be held at UCLA Downtown Labor Center in MacArthur Park from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

11/11/15 - ROC Report: Ending Jim Crow in America's Restaurants

The Restauraunt Opportunities Centers United (ROC) recently issued a report titled, Ending Jim Crow in America’s Restaurants: Racial and Gender Occupational Segregation in the Restaurant Industry. The report publishes initial findings on the condition of restaurant workers in California, and in particular, the enduring inequities in wage and working conditions for restaurant workers of color. 

10/21/15 - Guidelines for Peer Reviewing Community Based Research

 

The Urban Research-Based Action Network (URBAN) Publication Committee drafted guildelines to help editors and reviewers identify high-quality community-based research for publication. The guidelines also may help researchers conduct high-quality studies. 

You can view or download the PDF document here.

9/23/15 - Ensuring Food Access While Transforming the Food System in the East Bay: A Panel Discussion, Thursday, Sept. 24th, Berkeley

 

Join Food First for a panel discussion at La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley, Thursday September 24th at 6:30 PM where three of the Bay Area’s prominent food activists and advocates will address these challenges, Shanti Prasad from Alameda County Community Food Bank, Lydia Gans from Food not Bombs, and Brahm Ahmadi from People’s Community Market.

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