Environmental Racism & The Flint Water Crisis, The Kick-off Event of The Environmental Justice Speaker Series
March 23, 2016, 6:30 pm in Goldwin Smith 132comments share
This Wednesday, join Cornell Environmental Collaborative (ECO) and Black Students United (BSU) at Environmental Racism & The Flint Water Crisis, the kick-off event of the Environmental Justice Speaker Series!
What role does environmental racism play in the water crisis in Flint, Michigan? How is this case indicative of a larger pattern of communities of color facing unequal exposure to environmental health risks?
Join faculty members (including Professor Noliwe Rooks) and students this Wednesday @ 6:30 pm in Goldwin Smith 132 for a discussion around these pressing questions.
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