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Women Unlimited NS Jan 23
Come see how we can help@you get a wicked career in !
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Women Unlimited NS Jan 22
Are you a woman interested in trades or tech? We can help you get trained & hired! Attend an Info Session. NSCC Akerley Jan 29 @ 10, call 902-491-2008 to RSVP. Or Feb 3, @ 10am at NSCC IT. Call 902-491-7362 to RSVP. Seats are limited!
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Girmay Zahilay 7h
Replying to @GirmayZahilay
Absolutely, chemical dependency and other factors need to be addressed for many, but addressing those factors requires stable housing first. We need to count on everyone in our region keeping their focus on the real problems and the most effective solutions.
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Carolyn Wang Kong Jan 23
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Women Unlimited NS Jan 21
She started working at this Portland auto shop in high school; now she owns the business
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NCAPA #AAPI2020 13h
Lunar New Year is tomorrow! Celebrate the new year with dedicated resources for Southeast Asian American communities, featuring FAQs, translated fact sheets, and more!
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Jayla Burton Jan 23
Let’s keep in mind that the census was built on inequality (much of that is still reflected in contemporary America). The census collects data but is also a part of a strategy & results can have grave impacts on underrepresented communities
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Jayla Burton Jan 23
Replying to @burton_jayla
Currently in a self-directed study about the history of the . I’m super excited to share what I learn & what I provide different resources & ways to take action- so stay tuned this is just the beginning of my series on census rants
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AAPI Progressive Action 11h
We all matter, and should be counted in .
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Zuma Yeshua Jan 23
Hey make sure you and your clan are counted in the 2020Census !!
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SEARAC #AAPI2020 16h
Hard-to-count communities are areas where the census self-response rates have been relatively low, compared to other parts of the country. Wondering whether you live in a hard-to-count locale? Check out the data at:
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Women Unlimited NS Jan 20
Yup! YOU can change your life and find a great career, and WU can help! Call Shelley at 902-491-2008 to book a seat at our Class of 2020 Info Session at Campus Wednesday, January 29 at 10am in Room A253B.
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APALA Jan 23
Lunar New Year is just around the corner 🎊New Year, new opportunity to secure $$$ 🎊 And we're not just talking about red envelopes, we're talking about the ! Check out this new resource on how to get counted in the 2020 Census: 
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Zuma Yeshua Jan 23
Join a discussion with Interior and Census Tuesday, January 28, 3 p.m. Join by webex. Details here:
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SEARAC #AAPI2020 15h
Tomorrow is the start of the Lunar New Year, and represents a new opportunity to for 2020— and beyond. Learn more at:
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PICO California Jan 21
It's here! The Census officially begins its count today, starting in the rural Alaskan village of Toksook Bay. No matter where you are or where you're from, from Humboldt County to San Diego, Sacramento to the Inland Empire,
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AAPCHO #AAPI2020 Jan 23
Lunar New Year is this Saturday! New year, new opportunity to . The is critical for our future health and prosperity. Head over to ’s new census website for great resources to inform your community on the census:
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UNW Baseball Jan 18
What a great idea. I know a college facility that would be interested in hosting a few games.
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SEARAC #AAPI2020 Jan 23
Join today's community call at 3 pm ET (12 pm PT) specifically focused on the and how we can all ensure an accurate count of Southeast Asian American communities. Register -->
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WEST Inc. of Windsor Jan 21
Love what you are doing
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