Join us for the Pandemic & Pollution: A Virtual Conversation on COVID-19 & Asthma African American, Latinx, and low-income communities have a disproportionate burden of illness and death from COVID-19, according to evidence from the Centers for Disease Control and
JOIN WE ACT FOR THE FIRST VIRTUAL INSTALLMENT OF OUR ANNUAL UPTOWN CHAT SPEAKER SERIES! During this online event, a panel of educators, Northern Manhattan students, and New York City Department of Education officials will speak and answer your questions
Stronger Regulations Are Needed To Ensure That Girls And Women Of Color Have Less Exposure To Toxic Chemicals In Personal Care Products The beauty, hair and personal care industries are growing in step with consumer demands for cost-effective, culturally relevant,
Interested in applying for our Environmental Justice Capacity-Building Grant Program funded by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation? Sign up for our informational webinar on Thursday, February 13th at 2:00 PM: REGISTER HERE.
It’s imperative that the Environmental Justice community respond to proposed changes to the implementation of NEPA. Tune in to our webinar to learn how! Fifty years ago, leaders on both sides of the aisle passed the National Environmental Policy Act
PFAS are a group of widely used chemicals that are linked to a variety of health concerns. Because of their prevalence, and use and manufacture, they are of particular concern to our communities. At 3:00 PM on October 31st, we
Environmental justice organizations are taking the lead on developing effective strategies at the state level to impact their communities. Now, more than ever, it is important that we learn from these strategies. We are pleased to invite you to participate