To kick off LGBTQ+ Pride Month, the Office of LGBT Affairs is proud to raise the More Color More Pride flag—first introduced by the Office in 2017. Since then the flag has helped spark an international conversation about diversity, inclusion, racism, and the intersectionality of queer identities. Join the Office for live performances, dynamic speakers, music, and community members for the event on Friday, June 11th from 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. This event will also be livestreamed on the Office’s Facebook page.
The Northeast Parent Support Group and St. James Lutheran Church are hosting an Annual Outreach with Covid Swag Bags, Community Resources and Giveaways as well as a Presentation by "My Independence at Home". PATH Inc. will be conducting wellness screenings and providing resources at this event.
Excel Medical Center is hosting a HIRING OPEN HOUSE! Looking to make a difference in your community? Come join the team striving for a healthier community! We are looking for: MEDICAL ASSISTANTS MEDICAL RECEPTIONISTS UPLOADING TECHNICIANS MEDICAL RECORDS TEAM - for all 13 of our locations! Tuesday, June 15, 2021, 10 am - 2 pm Compensation & Benefits: COMPETITIVE PAY RATES QUARTERLY INCENTIVES PAID TIME OFF HEALTH INSURANCE 401K FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS GRANT FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME HOURS AVAILABLE ADVANCED SCHEDULING DIRECT-DEPOSIT
For Father's Day, we celebrate the unbreakable bonds that exist with our BIPOC fathers and sons. Back by popular demand, David Acosta returns to direct BEyond Expectations: Letter to My Father, Letter to My Son - Evolutions with new stories that feature these powerful bonds. News anchor, Bill Anderson, reflects on the recent loss of his father, radio icon, Cody Anderson, while activist and mother Kimberly Kamara shares the loss of her black son in a senseless tragedy. Eric "Shomari" Grimes, Dr. H. Bernard Hall, Rafael Collazo, and Raymond Zhang are leaders who join in to honor what is too often overlooked - the power of fathers and sons of color relationships. Musical accompaniment will be provided by Eric Wortham. These stories are particularly poignant as there is a racial reckoning occurring within the United States following the murder of George Floyd and other men of color. These stories of fathers and sons resonate as they point to the enduring love and resilience found in these familial ties. This event is FREE to the public. In collaboration with the City of Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services Engaging Males of Color Initiative Directed by David Acosta Produced by Jame Robinson/PWPVideo BEyond Expectations builds community and promotes mental wellness through the unique and shared experiences of men of color throughout the Philadelphia region.