This is a repeating eventaugust 4, 2021 6:00 pm
WE ACT for Environmental Justice created award-winning Environmental Health and Justice Leadership Training (EHJLT) program in 2002 to help develop leaders who can advocate
WE ACT for Environmental Justice created award-winning Environmental Health and Justice Leadership Training (EHJLT) program in 2002 to help develop leaders who can advocate on behalf of their community. You can learn more about the program, which is traditionally held in person, by visiting here.
The pandemic has made EHJLT a challenge. But this spring and summer WE ACT is able to offer a series of online courses thanks to the generous support of and partnership with TAZO, a tea company with a passionate commitment to climate justice.
There are no prerequisites for these courses, and they are open to anyone 15 and older. There is no cost, either, though they encourage you to make a donation ($25, or whatever you can afford) to help them continue the program and give others the same opportunity. And WE ACT asks that if you do sign up, you honor your commitment to attend all the sessions because space is limited and demand is high.
2021 SUMMER PROGRAM
Do you know that people of color are disproportionately impacted by the effects of climate change? Learn why climate issues are also racial issues.
Description: This set of in-depth workshops will serve as a guide to understanding climate justice and the growing movement to address them. The four classes offered will shape your understanding of climate justice and the ways we can address the issue.
Classes: Introduction to Climate Justice (you can skip this if you have already taken it), Sustainable Land Use and Gentrification, Green Infrastructure, and Clean Air Quality
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays – August 2, 4, 9, & 11
Time: 6:00-7:30 PM EDT
Register: Climate Justice
Broaden your understanding of environmental justice as you gain a better understanding of the cumulative impacts of the environmental hazards our communities are exposed to o a daily basis.
Description: This set of in-depth workshops will serve as a guide to understanding environmental health and what you can do to minimize your exposure. We will examine the food you eat, the products you buy, and the potential pollutants lurking inside your home.
Classes: Introduction to Environmental Justice (you can skip this if you have already taken it), Toxic Products, Food Justice, and Healthy Indoor Environments
Days: Monday & Wednesday and Tuesday & Thursday – August 16, 18, 24, & 26
Time: 6:00-7:30 PM EDT
Register: Environmental Health
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm