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City Collaborates to Launch First Annual ‘Neighborhoods United South Bend’ Summit on October 19
October 10, 2019
The Neighborhood Resources Connection (NRC), in cooperation with the City of South Bend, will host its first annual Neighborhoods United South Bend (NUSB) Summit on Saturday, October 19. Themed “Engaging Neighbors-Empowering Community,” it will take place on the campus of IU South Bend beginning at 9:00 a.m. in the Administration Building, 1700 E. Mishawaka Avenue.
The featured keynote speaker is Majora Carter, a nationally renowned urban strategist and urban environmental and economic justice advocate. She is quoted in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Museum of African-American History and Culture in DC: “Nobody should have to move out of their neighborhood to live in a better one.” She is responsible for the creation and successful implementation of numerous economic developments, green infrastructure projects, job placement programs, and training systems.
The summit, designed to support and celebrate neighborhood involvement, will include: community awards, open forum discussions, and roundtable break-outs covering a variety of community development topics. This day-long event is free of charge and open to South Bend Neighborhood residents. Advanced registration is required and limited to the first 120 participants. For more information and to register visit the NRC website at nrcsb.org or request a paper registration form by calling 574-287-0425.
Who: Neighborhood Resources Connection, City of South Bend
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