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      The State of Black and Brown America

      Public Health Event //



      Sep 10 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST


      A National Town Hall on Environmental Justice & Front-Line Communities

      Leaders will speak on how federal recovery legislation can rebuild our economy and fight climate change by intentionally investing in the communities most impacted by climate change and fossil fuel pollution. Removing the barriers to clean air, water, and the outdoors — many of which are rooted in purposefully discriminatory federal policies — is a crucial and necessary step in charting an equitable path to recovery.


      The town hall is sponsored by: APHA; Amnesty International; Bluegreen Alliance; Community Engagement, Environmental Justice & Health; NAACP, National Children's Campaign; National Wildlife Federation; and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

      Questions? Contact Samantha Lockhart.