The Bowen Center for the Study of The Family was cited in an article from Psychology Today discussing the psychological concept of “cutoff” in family relationships and its potential impact.

An article from New Jersey Monitor discussing the impact of limited medical exceptions to abortion bans, particularly on mental health, quoted Isha Weerasinghe, a senior mental health policy analyst at the Center for Law and Social Policy.

The Center for Nonprofit Advancement is hosting a class this Wednesday, November 1 – Getting productive: Intro to Risk and Change ManagementRegister now.

Don’t miss the chance to register for the Best Practices in Employment Law course, brought to you by the D.C. Bar Pro Bono CenterCenter for Nonprofit Advancement, and Washington Area Community Investment Fund (WACIF).

The Washingtonian shared that tickets are now on sale for DC Central Kitchen’s Capital Food Fight, featuring a top chef cook-off at The Anthem on November 9.

Kelsye Adams, organizing director of DC Vote, was featured in a piece from the Washingtonian highlighting “Go-Go Alumni.”

Diane Yentel, president and CEO of the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), shared a quote about the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) designating 483 community census tracts as Community Disaster Resilience Zones (CDRZ) to address the disproportionate impact of natural disasters on vulnerable communities. Read the full press release at US Politics Today – EIN News.

The First Lady Jill Biden spoke at the PFLAG National Convention, expressing support for the LGBTQ+ community and condemning book bans in the US. Learn more at PinkNews.

Reverend Larry Golemon, executive director of the Washington Theological Consortium, was recognized for his participation in the Friendship Dinner organized by the Turkish Cultural Center Pittsburgh. Learn more at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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