CCP launched in August with one goal in mind: to celebrate diversity and create a more inclusive, connected region. Thank you for welcoming us with open arms! Take a look at what we’ve been up to in 2020. We have so much more to come in 2021.
Shakayla Houston started Sweet Greens Vegan three years ago when she embarked on her own plant-based journey for health reasons and now she’s spreading the word on the lifestyle’s big benefit and bold flavors. Shakayla’s goal isn’t to convert anyone but to “make Meatless Mondays more fun!”
Good Day NWA’s Jaclyn House hosts a townhall featuring Dr. Sylvia Bartley from the Medtronic Foundation. Dr. Bartley presents her research on the disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on minority communities as well as the adverse effect of toxic stress stemming from current events.
Dr. Ashley McElroy, Amethyst Chiropractic, www.amethystchiropractic.com — Amethyst Chiropractic utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and treatment therapies to provide advanced spinal correction and chiropractic adjustments. The non-invasive, drug-free, hands-on approach focuses on patient examination, diagnosis and customized treatment.
Jimmy Beasley, Beasy Inc, www.beasy724.com, Beasy is a Health and Wellness brand that emphasizes holistic health and total fitness (body, soul, and spirit) in individuals, families, and communities.
The past several months have seen a wave of public activism addressing issues of social justice. Unfortunately, many of these issues are not new but simply the latest examples which have illustrated individual bias or systemic racism. These events have been all too common and have often hinged on the relationship between public safety officials and minority communities. CCP hosted the Ask Me Anything virtual event, a candid conversation, featuring Chief Mike Reynolds of the Fayetteville Police Department. Chief Reynolds is focused on building and developing intentional relationships grounded in dialogue and transparency.