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The Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine have worked in Cleveland for more than a century. Their social services programs have proliferated in Central over the past 10 years, and they started the C.O.P.E (Central Opportunities for Purposeful Engagement) program there at the beginning of the pandemic.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) will be offering free summer learning experiences for students in preschool through 12th grade. According to the CMSD website, these summer learning experiences offer students the opportunity to “finish, enrich and engage” in learning.
After the success of last year’s volunteer effort to grow indigo plants to obtain their natural deep blue dye, Praxis Fiber Arts in the Waterloo Arts District of Collinwood has expanded its “Adopt Indigo” Program.
Over the past three years, infant mortality among Black children born in Cuyahoga County has improved. During the same time, an ecosystem of Black healthcare and social service providers has emerged. Pregnant with Possibilities is a Black-led, Black-serving organization applying cultural competence to solving the issue of racial healthcare disparities.