This Week’s COVID313 Town Hall Features:
Is your family gearing up for Halloween, but have concerns about COVID and other risks this year? And do you plan to vote at the polls this upcoming November? Hear how to stay safe when going out this fall.
Dr. Dennis Cunningham, a pediatrician at Henry Ford Health System, and Detroit Health Department Registered Nurse Tanaya Hackney offer a few tips to help families stay safe while having fun during Halloween and other upcoming harvest events.
Then, Isra Daraiseh, the democracy coordinator for Michigan Voices joins the COVID313 Town Hall to share resources to help voters prepare for the upcoming election this November.
Plus, Peri Stone-Palmquist, the executive director of the Student Advocacy Center, provides information to families about how to reduce suspensions and expulsions from school.
Town Hall Participants:
- Dr. Dennis Cunningham, Pediatrician, Henry Ford Health System
- Tanaya Hackney, Registered Nurse, Detroit Health Department
- Isra Daraiseh, Democracy Coordinator, Michigan Voices
- Peri Stone-Palmquist, Executive Director, Student Advocacy Center
Subscribe to One Detroit’s YouTube Channel to stay up to date with new COVID313 Virtual Town Hall stories, interviews and community updates.
Catch the daily conversations on our website, Facebook, Twitter @DPTVOneDetroit, and Instagram @One.Detroit.
View Past Episodes >
Livestream the COVID313 Virtual Town Halls bi-weekly, every other Thursday at 12 p.m. ET on Facebook and YouTube.