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We Are Still Here! Be Counted in 2020 | Dr. Carolyn Peabody & MSW student Meesha Johnson

We Are Still Here! Be Counted in 2020 | Dr. Carolyn Peabody & MSW student Meesha Johnson

Update: 2020-03-11
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Funded by a grant from the New York Community Trust Equity Fund, “We Are Still Here! Be Counted in 2020! Indigenous Suffolk 2020 Census Project” was created for the purpose of coordinating and maximizing local efforts to ensure that Suffolk County’s Native American community is not undercounted. In this episode of “Beyond the Expected,” Michael Bernstein talks to Stony Brook University School of Social Welfare’s Dr. Carolyn Peabody and her student Meesha Johnson about a groundbreaking project they are spearheading on to ensure all indigenous Long Islanders are counted. 

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We Are Still Here! Be Counted in 2020 | Dr. Carolyn Peabody & MSW student Meesha Johnson

We Are Still Here! Be Counted in 2020 | Dr. Carolyn Peabody & MSW student Meesha Johnson

Stony Brook University