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Black Female Leadership Development Institute Now Recruiting

Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh is actively recruiting for the 2022 cohort of their Black Female Leadership Development Institute. The Black Female Leadership Development Institute (BFLDI) is a professional and…

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Working Parents Pulled in 2 Directions. What Does This Mean for Cos.?

From KellogInsight For working parents, every day presents itself with new challenges, causing an array of complicated emotions. Research from Cynthia Wang, a clinical professor of management and organizations at the…

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You’re Invited: Virtual Storytime with Santa!

We’ll see you there!

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National Adoption Day: The Dukes Give Their Granddaughter a Forever Home

With love, support and boatloads of sweet treats, ASCI celebrated National Adoption Day with 15 adoptive families in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Eighteen of our children…

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Women’s Congressional Policy Institute Hosts Virtual Briefing

Women’s Congressional Policy Institute in cooperation with Co-Chairs Congresswomen Madeleine Dean and Jenniffer González-Colón, and Vice-Chairs Congresswomen Lucy McBath and Kat Cammack from Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues invite you to…

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Walk-in Vaccine and Booster Clinics Available in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia

For Philadelphia’s other walk-in clinics, click here. For more information on JCC’s clinic, click here. And for more information on PGH Mercy’s clinic, click here. CDC now recommends that certain people are now…

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How to Honor Native Americans This Thanksgiving

The celebration of Thanksgiving brings a mix of emotions among Americans. What we once learned as children, as adults became a myth. Whitewashed accounts of the first Thanksgiving created harmful…

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Mental Health Resources Available for All

No matter your background, mental health and personal crises can touch any of us at any point. When you’re going through this, it can be easy to turn inward and not…

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The Education Law Center’s 2021 Back-to-School Guide

The Education Law Center (ELC) has updated its annual Back-to-School Guide with publications on various education topics to help families, students, and child-serving professionals. Please see the ELC website for a full-featured version of…

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Veteran & Kinship Caregiver Teaches Children the Value of Family

*Names have been changed to protect the identities of children in care. Shane* has been caring for his kinship child Jamal* for almost two years, and he works hard to…

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