Can’t-miss events: Black History Month genealogy workshop and breast cancer prevention
Join your colleagues at this week’s hottest events – one of which is available at all locations through Zoom conferencing!
Interactive Genealogy Workshop with the African-American Genealogical Society of Northern California (AAGSNC)
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 20
Time: 12 to 1 p.m.
Location: Franklin Lobby 1
Discover your family roots during this interactive lunchtime workshop! The AAGSNC preserves and promotes the study of genealogical and historical records relating to African-American ancestry. It provides a unique approach to education, research skills and support to anyone interested in genealogy. Genealogy family tree forms will be provided via BSFO’s listserv in advance.
Breast cancer: Discover your environmental risks
Date: Thursday, Feb. 21
Time: 12-1 p.m.
In Oakland: Franklin 5320
Via Zoom: Dial *4, then (510) 987-9876
The President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women is pleased to welcome UCSF professor and epidemiologist Peggy Reynolds, Ph.D. Reynolds will present researched-based insights into the role environmental factors may play in breast cancer and the opportunities for prevention that may be possible through regulatory and policy interventions.
Please note that Self-Care for Black Women, originally scheduled on Thursday, Feb. 21, has been canceled.Tags: Black History Month, ucop events, zoom