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Art In City Hall Presents: The P-CHE PhotoVoice Exhibit

Community Development

Art In City Hall, an initiative of the City’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative (OACCE) presents PhotoVoice, a student photography project organized by the Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity (P-CHE) in collaboration with three community partners: Esperanza Inc., HUNE, and Providence Center. The student-led project features the work of 33 students who used photography as a vehicle to explore health issues in their North Philly community.
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PhotoVoice Exhibit Gallery

Community Development

When: April 25th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm Reception and Gallery Review Where: Taller Puertorriqueño, 2600 North 5th Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19133 This PhotoVoice project involved nearly 40 local teenagers from HUNE, Providence Center and Esperanza, Inc., who were tasked with capturing things in their neighborhood that answered the question, “What helps or prevents you from being healthy in your community?”
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2019 Edition of PACDC Magazine: Vital Signs

Community Development

This year's publication focuses on compelling and inspiring work being undertaken in collaboration with a range of health care institutions, health care practitioners, community activists, and CDCs, all working to advance Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
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P-CHE PhotoVoice Exhibit

Events

When: April 25th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Taller Puertorriqueño, 2600 North 5th Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19133
The PhotoVoice exhibit, curated by teenage residents in the community, is an illustration of their perspective on health. We hope you can join us for the opening.
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Sex ed isn’t serving young black women

Education & Employment

"Sex ed is not serving young black women really at all," said Jeffers, now a 28-year-old obstetrics and gynecology resident at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital."
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Gun violence isn’t just about guns.

Education & Employment

Research tells us that the events of our earliest years live with us until the day we die. Serious early childhood experiences like abuse, a parent's death, or divorce can cause illness and early death.
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