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ACEs Action Alliance

The ACES Action Alliance is a multi-sector collaborative of individuals, public and private organizations. We work together to promote a trauma-informed, resilient Clark County. We align local efforts by convening partners, assessing needs, raising awareness about the causes and impact of trauma and toxic stress, measuring progress, and promoting approaches that build individual, family and community resilience. We meet monthly and welcome new members. Please see the calendar for the date of our next meeting.

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Clark County Stories: Community Oral History Workshop

Clark County Stories: Community Oral History WorkshopJanuary 27, 2018, 1:00pm1007 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98663-3504, United StatesJoin Dr. Donna Sinclair at the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Headquarters for this oral history workshop.

Pre-registration is required: ClarkCountyStories@gmail.com

In the past thirty years, the population of Clark County has more than doubled, from 221,654 to nearly 500,000 in 2017. More than half (54%) of the current residents were born in another state, while over 10% of the county’s residents in 2015 were born in another country. Recognizing a growing gulf between recent arrivals and Clark County residents with deeper historical roots, Dr. Peabody and Dr. Sinclair, in collaboration with the Clark County Historical Museum, Washington State University Vancouver, and Fort Vancouver Regional Library District has undertaken a series of projects to identify bearers of these stories, foster outreach, community dialogue, and understanding, collect and archive these stories, and make them available locally and more widely for future researchers.
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