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AoH New  York City

A group for those AoH folks in the New York City area and/or those who have participated in AoH/PLs in the area.

Location: New York City, NY
Members: 25
Latest Activity: Nov 18, 2019

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Project "Bridging Minneapolis" is underway 1 Reply

I'll warn you in advance that this entry is lengthy. There's just so much to share.Our AoH gathering came on the heels of my return from Congo. I'd been organizing annual fundraisers for years, which…Continue

Started by Dallas Johnson. Last reply by Liz Laboy Jan 31, 2011.

What Has the Recent AoPL in NYC inspired in you? 1 Reply

I'd love to hear how folks have been inspired since our time together in June.  I found some really important mates in NYC and have been working with Kelly McGowan to develop a new iteration of AoH -…Continue

Started by Tuesday Ryan-Hart. Last reply by Martin Siesta Sep 7, 2010.

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Comment by Clarice Bailey on September 8, 2010 at 11:58am
it was a true joy to participate in the August 16th Pro Action Cafe. As a member of the core group in Philadelphia I am delighted to watch our process unfold. I am convinced that our efforts in October will result in a deeper commitment on the part of all who attend toward children and families caught in the web of Human Services. I sit in anticipation!
Comment by Liz Laboy on September 8, 2010 at 10:16am
Since attending the 3 day training of AoPL in NYC I feel even more passionate about the work that must be done to keep all children and youth safe and to inspire the adults who care for them into meaningful conversations. In continuing my practice Kelly McGowan and I held a Pro Action Cafe on Aug 16. It was a grand success, presently I am in the early stages of working with a core group in Philadelphia and New York for a one day Social Shift AoH design for Oct 23 and I am so excited.

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