Early every academic year, SOURCE hosts Baltimore Week—a celebration of the Baltimore community through a community-service lens. This year, we’ll host a slate of events that culminates with our Tri-School Day of Service on Sat, Oct 7th. Other important events you’ll want to mark on your calendars:
Mon, Oct 2 – Fri, Oct 13: SOURCE Tri-School Fall Canned Food Drive: Help local populations who experience food insecurity by donating unopened and unexpired canned food items! Donation bin locations: JHSPH E1002 and the first floor student lounge; SON lobby entrance; SOM AMEB lobby (by stairs).
Mon, Oct 2: Practicing Justice: Using Education Justice to Address Health Disparities
SOURCE and the School of Nursing Office of Student Affairs announce a seminar series entitled, Practicing Justice: Using Education Justice to Address Health Disparities. The Practicing Justice series aim to provide students access to information followed by action opportunities in order to put justice into practice immediately, and in the future. Join us October 2nd from 12:20-1:30pm, at the School of Nursing (Room 140). We will host special guest Eduardo Sanchez, Chief Medical Officer of the American Heart Association; and a special panel to discuss education justice as a solution to health disparities. Food Provided!
Register HERE to attend.
Wed, Oct 4: Walking While Black Documentary Screening and Discussion
SOURCE the School of Nursing Student Affairs bring you a screening and discussion of Walking While Black. Join us for a screening of the film along with active discussion Wednesday October 4th, at The School of Nursing, (Room 140) from 5pm-8pm. Discussion topics to include: trauma informed care and professional mental health (of police /health service professionals). Opportunity to connect to faculty and community based organizations to address change. Food Provided!
Register HERE to attend.
Thurs, Oct 5: Community Involvement: Providing Tips, Dispelling Myths Panel Discussion
This event will bring together leaders from SOURCE partnering Community-Based Organizations in Baltimore City along with community-engaged faculty and students to discuss myths of community-based work; while also providing tips on working with community in a mutually beneficial and reciprocal manner. You won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to hear directly from those involved in the Baltimore community. The panel will take place from 12 – 1 pm in JHSPH, W2008.
RSVP to SOURCE@jhu.edu with your name, email and school affiliation.
Fri, Oct 6: SOURCE East Baltimore Community Tour
Learn more about hyper-local community partner sites on this engaging tour! You’ll hear firsthand from SOURCE Community Consultant Glenn Ross on a range of issues impacting our East Baltimore community. Sign up by emailing SOURCE@jhu.edu with your name, email, phone number and school affiliation. Spots are limited so sign up ASAP! The tour will run from 12 pm – 2:00 pm, and will depart from the JHSPH Lobby.
Fri, Oct 6: Happy Hour at JHSPH – Pick up Your Free SOURCE Tri-School Day of Service T-shirt!
After you sign up for the SOURCE Fall Tri-School Day of Service, be sure to pick up your t-shirt in advance at the Happy Hour event in the Student Lounge (1st floor) at JHSPH on Fri, Oct 6th from 4:30 – 5:30pm. Bring a canned food item to donate to the SOURCE Canned Food Drive and trade it for a beverage of your choice.
Sat, Oct 7: SOURCE Fall Tri-School Day of Service
Projects are filling quickly, so sign up today! Project information can be found on the SOURCE Fall Tri-School Day of Service site.