Community Health

Children of color are disproportionately exposed to toxic chemicals such as arsenic, formaldehyde, lead, mercury and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Researchers have linked these and other toxic chemicals found in children’s toys and essential products to cancer, learning disorders,
Child Safe Products Act
Do you live in East Harlem? Then come participate in this two-hour community planning workshops for our Heat, Health, & Equity project. These workshops will be held in neighborhoods throughout Northern Manhattan to develop policy recommendations to reduce the health
Do you live in Central Harlem? Then come participate in this two-hour community planning workshops for our Heat, Health, & Equity project. These workshops will be held in neighborhoods throughout Northern Manhattan to develop policy recommendations to reduce the health
Do you live in West Harlem? Then come participate in this two-hour community planning workshops for our Heat, Health, & Equity project. These workshops will be held in neighborhoods throughout Northern Manhattan to develop policy recommendations to reduce the health
  We are looking for volunteers to participate in community planning workshops for our Heat, Health, & Equity project. These workshops will be held in neighborhoods throughout Northern Manhattan to develop policy recommendations to reduce the health impacts of extreme
Heat, Health, & Equity
Beauty Inside Out: A Panel Discussion on Toxic Ingredients in Beauty Products Join us for a candid conversation on racial bias in beauty standards, how it results in toxic products being marketed to women of color, and what we can
Uptown Chats presents Beauty Inside Out

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