Building Resilient Inclusive Communities (BRIC)

BRIC Monthly Webinar Series

Upcoming Learning Opportunities

Incorporating JEDI into PSE: Centering justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion while working towards policy, systems and environmental changes in state food and nutrition security efforts
Aug 24, 2022, 2:00-3:30 pm ET | REGISTER
In the last decade, and especially since the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been increased emphasis on the need to center equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice in community food and nutrition programs and services. The purpose of this webinar is to highlight policy, systems and environmental change approaches that support equitable access to healthy food options and improve food and nutrition security with a specific focus on equity, self-determination, and dignity. The webinar will provide several examples of state and community-based efforts from the BRIC and SPINE programs to build community capacity and infrastructure aimed at improving food and nutrition security with a equity and justice lens.

2021 BRIC Webinar Recordings – Year 1 

2022 BRIC Webinar Recordings

Using Data Walks as an Approach to Engage Community and Advance Equity
July 27, 2022, 2:00 – 3:30 pm ET | RECORDING (passcode datawalks22!)SLIDE DECK | RESOURCES

Youth and Intergenerational Programs and Practices: Embodying Social Connectedness and Food and Nutrition Security, and Elevating the Youth Voice

May 25, 2022, Mental Health, Social Isolation, Food and Nutrition Security. What’s the Connection?  RECORDING | SLIDES

April 27, 2022  Understanding Dimensions of Diversity for More Effective Community Engagement. RECORDING | SLIDES with RESOURCES

March 23, 2022  Leveraging Federal Funding to Expand Access to Safe Opportunities for Active Transportation | RECORDING (Passcode: KhTd6F&%) | SLIDES – BIL  | SLIDES (other speakers)

February 23, 2022 (not recorded)
Rising rates of food and nutrition insecurity across the United States, exacerbated by two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, are impacting many communities. Please join Social Innovation and Universal Opportunity Lab as they discuss the root and systemic causes of food and nutrition security, and explore the process of using community engagement as a path forward in building resilience especially in communities most impacted. They will share guidance on community engagement strategies and SOUL LAB’s Streetwyze platform that can be used to document community member experience

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