Eco-Justice Collaborative, January 9, 2007
JAN. 9 IN CHICAGO -- GLOBAL WARMING: WHAT CAN YOU DO?
[Rachel's introduction: If you live in the Chicago region, you'll want to attend this town-hall meeting to learn more about the challenges and opportunities of global warming. This is a great chance to connect with local grassroots groups and learn about local and regional initiatives to curb global warming.]
Town Hall Meeting: Global Warming -- be part of the solution Saturday, January 20, 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM Whitney Young High School, Chicago 211 South Laflin Street, Chicago IL 60607
Take part in this engaging town-hall style meeting about real solutions to curbing global warming, participate in Q & A with panelists, and connect with dozens of grassroots organizations.
The event features Sadhu Johnston, Commissioner for the Chicago Department of Environment, with Rev. Calvin S. Morris Ph.D., Exec. Director of Community Renewal Society moderating, and panelists Rev. Clare Butterfield, Director of Faith-in-Place, Center for Neighborhood Technology's Steve Perkins, Sr. Vice-President, Lori Morrison Contreras, Vice-President of Little Village Environmental Justice Organization, and James Thindwa, Executive Director, Jobs With Justice.
Download the event flier here