Tag Archives: Finding the Center

Minutes from the October 20th meeting of the NWCHR

The minutes from the October 20th meeting of the Northwest Coalition for Human Rights are now available as a PDF. Summary: Attendees voted on the new bylaws for the NWCHR and the adoption of the Resolution to the NWCHR Assembly; … Continue reading

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NWCHR meeting this Saturday — agenda, directions, etc.

NWCHR Meeting This Saturday, October 20th, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm Thanks to everyone planning to attend our upcoming Northwest Coalition for Human Rights meeting this Saturday, October 20th at the 1912 Center in Moscow, ID.  We look forward to … Continue reading

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Action Commitment Update: Girls Club Transitions to Become “Kids on the Move” at Lena Whitmore Elementary

Finding the Center Action Commitment Updates: Finding the Center 2011 closed with an Action-Planning Session by Dr. Debbie Storrs and Dr. Traci Craig of the University of Idaho. Dr. Storrs and Dr. Craig explained the notion of the local superhero—a … Continue reading

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Meeting Review: Northwest Coalition for Human Rights and Finding the Center

This summary was written for the December 2011 newsletter by Lindsay Brown, Senior, Public Relations, University of Idaho and Kristin Carlson, Coordinator for the Northwest Coalition for Human Rights ***** The Northwest Coalition for Human Rights inaugural meeting held on … Continue reading

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Finding the Center Review: Teaching Empathy at School and at Home

Finding the Center Action Commitment Updates: Finding the Center 2011 closed with an Action-Planning Session by Dr. Debbie Storrs and Dr. Traci Craig of the University of Idaho. Dr. Storrs and Dr. Craig explained the notion of the local superhero—a … Continue reading

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Finding the Center Action Commitment Update. A Campus Conversation: the Effect of Themed Parties on the Inclusiveness of Campus Life

Finding the Center 2011 closed with an Action-Planning Session by Dr. Debbie Storrs (University of Idaho Professor of Sociology and the Associate Dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences) and Dr. Traci Craig (University of Idaho Associate … Continue reading

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Action Commitment Update in Brief: Lessons of Community Organizing

Action Commitment Updates In Brief provide a summary of a volunteer activity that was undertaken as a result of Finding the Center Conference 2011. University of Idaho student Megan Kehrein commited to a full day of service with Habitat for … Continue reading

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Action Commitment Update In Brief: FTC Training Proves Useful in a Variety of Workplaces

Action Commitment Updates In Brief provide a summary of a volunteer activity that was undertaken as a result of Finding the Center Conference 2011. University of Idaho student David Prinz volunteered for the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI) in Moscow and … Continue reading

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Finding the Center Action Commitment Update: Tewsdey Erickson and the Clothing, Book, and Toy Exchange for Non-Traditional Students

Finding the Center 2011 closed with an Action-Planning Session by Dr. Debbie Storrs (University of Idaho Professor of Sociology and the Associate Dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences) and Dr. Traci Craig (University of Idaho Associate … Continue reading

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Finding the Center Conference Update

Thank you to everyone who attended Finding the Center 2011 on April 9th! We had a wonderful turnout with ninety-five attendees enrolled in our unique workshop tracks for students, educators, law enforcement officials, and business and community members. Workshops focused … Continue reading

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