Roseilyn Guzman

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This article reports the results of a formative evaluation of the first 4 years of the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center (URC), a community-based participatory research partnership that was founded in 1995 with core funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Several organizations are members of this partnership,(More)
LA VIDA--the Southwest Detroit Partnership to Prevent Intimate Violence Against Latina Women--evolved in response to community concern about the problem of intimate partner violence (IPV) and the lack of culturally competent preventive and support services for Latino women and men in southwest Detroit. Since 1997, diverse organizations have mobilized as a(More)
Academic and social supports are essential factors for the development of students of color during their high school career. These types of support enable students of color to maintain their motivation to graduate from high school. Additionally, academic and social supports provide students the necessary resources to enhance their cognitive and social(More)
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