Pediatrics / Education & Training / Community Pediatrics Training / Intern Community Rotation (PLC) / Community Resources & Materials Community Resources and Materials 2018-2019 PLC Pedia Advocacy Flash Card (8.5 x11) Advocacy Flash Card (Español) No Soil Better: The Life and Work of Frederick Douglass in Rochester as a public art exhibition Rochester Area Community Foundation/Act Rochester Poverty Reports: Poverty and the Concentration of Poverty in the Nine-County Greater Rochester Area Benchmarking Rochester's Poverty: A 2015 Update and Deeper Analysis of Poverty in the City of Rochester Rochester Street Films: Transportation and Poverty – this 30 minute documentary film explores the relationship between poverty and transportation options in the City of Rochester and Monroe County. For additional background information about this topic, explore the report prepared by the Center for Governmental Research titled Transportation and Poverty in Monroe County: How Land Use, Job Locations and Commuting Options Affect Access to Jobs. Living With Open-Air Drug Markets - Rochester, NY - A 10-minute documentary highlighting the problems and solutions within one of Rochester’s most drug-ridden and culturally rich neighborhoods. Family Court Tips Refugees in Rochester A Decade of Decline - 2011 Report on Kid's Health in Monroe County Domestive Violence Pocket Card July '64 Riots documentary video Meet Your City - What to do in Rochester Project Believe Project Believe Children's Visions and Voices was a collaboration between the University of Rochester, former Surgeon General David Satcher, M.D., and Enrico Fermi School #17. It is a heart-tugging collection of photos and essays produced by 6th graders who were asked to depict health in the neighborhood. The children explain to us why "dangerous dogs," "highway onramps," and other such things are the important determinants of health and disease.