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TOPIC: Community Health & Harms Narrative Project: Upcoming Meetings 3/18, 3/25, 3/28

All meetings are open to the public, no commitment is necessary to attend.

(1) Wednesday, March 18th at 10AM (general info session)
Selfhelp Maspeth Senior Center, 61-69 Grand Ave., Maspeth, NY 11378

(2) Wednesday, March 25th at 7PM (research team info session)
Phoebe's Café, 323 Graham Ave. (Devoe St.), Brooklyn, NY 11211

(3) Saturday, March 28th at 2PM (research team info session)
Three Decker Diner, 696 Manhattan Ave. (Norman St.), Brooklyn, NY 11222

If you are interesting in joining the research team but are unable to attend one of the info session listed above, please contact us!

For more information: email newtowncreekstudy@gmail.com or call (718) 577-1359
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Attention Residents of Greenpoint, East Williamsburg, and Maspeth:

Are you worried about health problems caused by the pollution in your neighborhood? Would you like the opportunity to tell your story?

If yes, then you may want to be interviewed for a community health project that aims to document the public health concerns of individuals residing in communities along Newtown Creek in NYC. The study will be conducted by a collaborative team from the Urban Public Health Department of Hunter College/CUNY, HabitatMap, and the Newtown Creek Alliance.

As a resident of Greenpoint (Brooklyn), East Williamsburg (Brooklyn), or Maspeth (Queens), you are invited to participate in the study, which hopes to capture residents' experience with illness and environmental pollution in their neighborhood.

Participation will provide you with an opportunity to have your story documented in your own words. With your permission, the information you disclose will be displayed in written and audio format on a website (www.habitatmap.org) and in a written report that will be disseminated to community members, media outlets, elected officials, and other interested parties.

In addition, we are looking for individuals interested in joining our Newtown Creek Research Team. Training will be provided on how to conduct and record one-on-one interviews.

Community involvement is important, make your voice heard!
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