California Environmental Justice Coalition Networking Session: Building Unity, Solidarity and People Power in the Statewide Movement for Environmental and Climate Justice

Thursday, September 7, 2017 — 4 PM -6:30 pm

California Environmental Justice Coalition Networking Session: Building Unity, Solidarity and People Power in the Statewide Movement for Environmental and Climate Justice

Soil Not Oil Conference, Richmond Memorial and Civic Center, 408 Civic Center Plaza

The networking session will be facilitated by CEJC members Rey Leon/San Joaquin Valley Latino Environmental Advancement Project, Bradley Angel/Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice, and Ms. Margaret Gordon/West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project.

Join in discussion with the grassroots community and environmental justice leaders in the California Environmental Justice Coalition (CEJC) to learn about each other’s work, and how we can work together to strengthen the unity, solidarity and effectiveness of the environmental and climate justice movement in California. The CEJC is the largest and most diverse environmental justice¬†coalition in the state, and operates on the principles of unity and solidarity. CEJC is a grassroots, community-led coalition of over 60 diverse organizations, and was founded in Kettleman City in the San Joaquin Valley in 2014.

www.cejcoalition.org   www.soilnotoilcoalition.org