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April 27, 2021

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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

All Day Hands only CPR (Multi-Day Event)
MWCC SNA has a yearly project that is done in an effort to support the community. This year we have continued the task of teaching hands only CPR with one major change.
Previously teachings were calculated via signatures obtained from individuals that we taught how to perform hands only CPR. Now the calculation is done via social media.
We have a specific hashtag, #CPRSavesLivesMWCC  Each time this tag is used, it will count as a signature. For every like, comment and share we get a "signature".
this can be done via any social media platform including twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.  we currently have an Instagram account @hands_only_cpr which has a few posts to get us started. If you would like you can follow the account and tag it in any posts that you make with the #
Remember this is done in correlation with the American Heart Association and all posts should be appropriate and educational. with that being said, we do need to try and get "likes" so humor, as long as it is appropriate is ok.
 
Lets Save Lives!!

Hosted by: Student Nurses Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://mwcc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/6555326 LOCATION: Online
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Kevin D. Richardson-When They See Us: The Story of the Central Park Five
Netflix released When They See Us, a mini-series portraying the famous events of the case. The celebrated and award-winning show has brought the injustices Richardson and the Central Park Five experienced back into the public’s attention. In 1989, 14-year-old Kevin D. Richardson was arrested and charged for the attack and assault on jogger Trisha Ellen Meili. Despite no DNA and little other evidence connecting him to the attack, Richardson was sentenced to 5 to 10 years in prison, of which he served five and a half years. In 2002, the convictions were overturned. As depicted in Netflix’s When They See Us, the infamous case of the Central Park Five highlights the injustices of the United States’ criminal justice system. Motivated by his own wrongful conviction, Kevin D. Richardson is an advocate for reform and is a partner of the Innocence Project, helping to exonerate those who have been wrongfully convicted by harnessing the power of DNA testing. In this extremely personal and powerful keynote, Kevin Richardson shares his experience as a member of the Central Park Five. His accounts demonstrate the need for criminal justice reform and moves audiences to enact change.
 
This event is being hosted by the Community Colleges of Rhode Island!

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Online Location: https://ccri.webex.com/ccri/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7769814663fdc11ea07396c87610e8cc

Additional Information can be found at: https://mwcc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/6994744 LOCATION: Online

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