Join the Energy Action Environmental Justice Collective at Busboys and Poets Cullen Room located at 5th and K street NW from 6-9pm for an interactive presentation and first-hand accounts on Environmental Justice. Find out how young leaders are advocating for environmental protection in their communities. Event will include a moderated fishbowl discussion and feature music, media and artwork created by the frontline fellows.
Frontline fellows are youth and young adult leaders who are directly impacted by environmental pollution and environmental racism in their communities. Fellows are from across the United States and Canada, including the Gulf Coast, Texas, Chicago, Washington, DC and Tribal Nations of Alaska, Canada and North Dakota.
What: Voices from the Frontlines
Where: Busboys and Poets 5th and K st. Location
When: Sunday June 3rd 6-9pm
Why: To build stronger awareness and solidarity
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The Frontline Fellows program is an project of the Energy Action Coalition Environmental Justice Collective (EJ collective). The EJ collective includes the Environmental Justice Climate Change Initiative, The Indigenous Environmental Network, REDOIL and the Southwest Workers Union.
For more information on this event please contact: Kari@theejcc.org or 202-630-4621