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As a part of our "Newark at a Crossroads" series, taped at NJIT, Anthony Cucchi, New Jersey State Director of The Trust for Public Land, talks about the new and improved Newark Riverfront Park on the Passaic River and how this park is strengthening this urban community by improving physical and psychological health. For more information, visit www.tpl.org. 9/26/16 #1902
President and CEO of Newark Beth Israel Medical Center & Children’s Hospital of New Jersey, Darrell Terry, explains how the hospital is promoting wellness in the community through programs such as The Beth Greenhouse. 12/9/16 #1929
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This video highlights the journey of Newark Science and Sustainability, Inc. and its founder, Tobias A. Fox. Newark Science and Sustainability (or Newark SAS) is a community-driven 501c3 nonprofit organization. "Our mission is simple, which is the exploration and utilization of clean renewable energy, community garden cultivation, ecological building, wellness and nutrition education and eco-art. Our renewable energy programs/projects are geared around solar, wind and pedal bike technology. Our goal is to demonstrate how nature, technology and human beings can respectfully coexist." --Tobias A. Fox
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) today announced the construction of two new playgrounds in Newark, NJ, and Oakland, CA, as part of its Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities initiative. Over the past year, this innovative program has linked local nonprofit organizations that provide crucial wellness, nutrition and play services to give kids a healthy start in life. The initiatives in Newark and Oakland have reached 12,730 households in need, providing children and their families with 307,892 pounds of nutritious food, 1,025 health screenings and safe play spaces for 2,000 kids. Read more: http://bit.ly/1dMvZi8 © 2015 | 3BL Media/Morgan Stanley | All Rights Reserved
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Cindy Sickora runs a mobile healthcare program in Newark. Suzanne Willard heads a wellness center. Together, two leaders of Rutgers nursing schools are striving to make healthcare accessible to city residents, who are among the most underserved in the nation. Learn more here: http://news.rutgers.edu/feature/rutgers-nursing-schools-aim-transform-urban-health-care/20130829#.UiC0eGRgZAs Check out the Rutgers Today news website - http://www.rutgerstoday.rutgers.edu Connect with us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/RutgersU Follow us on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/RutgersU
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Backpack Broadcasting's Dexter Henry covers the Grand Opening of Newark's new Yoga and Wellness Center "Welcome Om" created by Jade Kearney. For more great video content visit www.backpackbroadcasting.com today and follow Backpack Broadcasting on Twitter @bagbroadcaster!
U.S. Representative Donald M. Payne, Jr., State Senators Ronald Rice and Teresa Ruiz, members of the Newark Municipal Council, and Garden Spires tenants joined Mayor Ras J. Baraka at a press conference today to announce that the City of Newark has filed a legal complaint in Essex County Superior Court against First King Properties and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD, over the uninhabitable conditions at the two residential towers that make up the complex. The buildings are located at 175 First Street. The lawsuit seeks the appointment of a receiver and a court order declaring the buildings uninhabitable, as well as the evacuation and relocation of the tenants at the expense of the landlords, First King Properties. Specifically, this action seeks relief on behalf...