WEBINAR | Cities Addressing Food Insecurity During COVID-19 and Beyond | Thursday, July 23, 3:00 PM ET
Join the Food Research & Action Center and the National League of Cities to learn how the federal nutrition programs can help families struggling with food insecurity during the COVID-19 public health emergency and beyond into the school year. This webinar will provide city leaders and city agencies an overview of the programs, dive into food insecurity data to better understand disproportionate impacts on BIPOC, best practices for implementation, opportunities to leverage programs and funding, look at cities taking action, and provide next steps for leaders to move this work forward in their communities. Register here.
WEBINAR | Elections & Public Health: Safer Voting in COVID Times | Thursday, July 23, 3:00 PM ET
Municipal, county and state leaders and election officials are working hard to hold successful and safe elections in the face of COVID-19. Now, in addition to the two dimensions of voter participation they must always think through in conducting elections – Is it easy? Is it meaningful? – there is a third dimension: Is it safe? This webinar brings together experts and showcases tools to help city leaders and their partners to ensure their elections are safe and accessible for all voters. Register here.
WEBINAR | Early Childhood Municipal Policy 101 Webinar Embedding Equity in How Your City Does Business | Tuesday, July 28, 2:00 PM ET
Learn how to leverage municipal policies and practices to embed equity into city governance and the early childhood system with the future and communities’ youngest residents in mind. By embedding equity into how cities do business, local leaders will be in a position to equitably rebuild their communities from the ongoing impact of COVID-19 so that all young children and their families may thrive. Register here.
WEBINAR | City Strategies to Support Homeless & At-Risk Residents in light of COVID-19 | Thursday, July 30, 1:30 PM ET
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated health risks for individuals experiencing homelessness and has put more Americans, especially housing insecure individuals and individuals with co-occurring health challenges, at greater risk. Many cities have stepped up to temporarily house vulnerable residents, but face unique challenges related to budget, capacity, and public health moving forward. This webinar offers an opportunity to learn from city leaders who have implemented holistic approaches to supporting the health of residents at high risk of experiencing homelessness. Register here.