WERA

AcronymDefinition
WERAWestern Eastern Roadracing Association
WERAWorld Education Research Association (est. 2009)
WERAWest End Residents Association (Vancouver, Canada)
WERAWEllen RAdar (high frequency oceanographic radar)
WERAWestern/English Retailers Association
WERAWest End Revitalization Association, Inc. (est. 1994; Mebane, NC)
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I really want to thank the WERA organization for putting on a great event, and Jamie Hanshaw for building us an awesome engine.
From Newark, Ohio, Cale Jones (#146) is a WERA Expert motorcycle road racer.
The communities WERA represents emerged out the "reconstruction period" after the Civil War, when those freed slaves and displaced Native Americans were forced to settle in South African-type "hostels" on the least desirable land.
In February 1999, WERA filed administrative complaints under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Environmental Justice Executive Order 12898 of 1994 at the U.
The African-Americans in WERA communities have been requesting access to services for years.
From the beginning, WERA has been proactive and patient in efforts to work with the city of Mebane and county governments.
The points raised in the letter to the editor closely parallel public comments expressed by Mebane's city council when WERA filed Title VI and environmental justice complaints nearly 13 years ago.
The team then went one better and finished second in the WERA Heavyweight Twins Superstock division of the race
WERA formed a COMR partnership with researchers at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health (UNC) to perform a cross-sectional household drinking water and sewer service survey and measure fecal pollution levels in drinking water and surface water supplies in the communities, which is reported in this article.
WERA communities are located inside the Mebane city limits and on the border of Alamance and Orange counties, North Carolina.
WERA staff coordinated the process of household recruitment, which involved COMR methods to contact local households (Heaney et al.
CMs visited households in WERA neighborhoods, distributed drinking water and sewer service surveys, and also requested permission to collect water samples at households (Heaney et al.