Environmental Racism is defined as a condition in which the places where people of color live suffer disproportionately from the impacts of air pollution, toxic waste, extreme weather, and other hazards.
Environmental justice is defined as a condition in which fairer participation in decision-making removes these dangers.
Mark your calendars and join us at 7 p.m. Feb. 19 for a panel discussion of these important issues, and how we work together to build a better, more equitable future for us all.
The panelists for the event - hosted by the Social Justice and Outreach Committee, Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light, and Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network - will include:
We hope you can make it to this important discussion. No registration is needed - just click here to join when it’s time.