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Michigan Community-Academic Partnership Awarded an Additional $1.8 Million to Support Community-Based COVID-19 Education and Dissemination Efforts - June 13, 2022

Reducing COVID-19 Disparities in Michigan with MICEAL - January 13, 2022

“We Had to Participate” A Physician Commits to Fighting Vaccine Hesitancy - Summer 2021

COVID-19 vaccine efforts should focus on Detroit parents and their kids - August 25, 2021

Opinion: Should the City of Detroit mandate vaccines for employees? - August 12, 2021

Concern about safety is main reason many Detroiters are not getting vaccinated, U-M survey finds - July 22, 2021

Community-Centered Interventions For Improved Vaccine Uptake For COVID (CIVIC) Project Awarded $3.4 Million Over 5 Years - June 7, 2021

Winners Announced For The Take the Mic Contest, A Michigan CEAL Community-Based Competition To Create And Share Positive Messages About COVID-19 Safety - May 27, 2021

Se Anunciaron Los Ganadores Del Concurso Toma El Microfono, Una Competencia Comunitaria De Michigan Ceal Para Crear Y Compartir Mensajes Positivos Sobre La Seguridad Del Covid-19 - May 27, 2021

Erica Marsh, MD, MSCI Discusses Michigan CEAL on the WJR Women Who Lead Podcast - May 22, 2021

CEAL Awarded $29 Million in Additional Grants - May 11, 2021

Michigan Community Academic Partnership Awarded Additional $1.4M to Support Community-Based COVID-19 Intervention Efforts - May 03, 2021

NIH to invest $29 million to address COVID-19 disparities - April 29, 2021

Survey: Interest from Detroit residents in getting COVID-19 vaccine ticks up - March 30, 2021

Take the Mic featured on Local 4 News at 4 - March 22, 2021

Conquering COVID-19 Disparities Among Communities of Color - March 18, 2021