Combatting Environmental Racism

I am a big fan of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center. It is one of my “go-to” advocacy organizations for its commitment to social justice and positive change. 

The April 21, 2016 Stowe Salon on Combatting Environmental Racism promises to be an excellent opportunity to listen to and talk directly with Hartford community leaders who are actively addressing environmental racism.

Join the conversation with Rev. Kari Nicewander, Immanuel Congregational Church, Pastor Steve Camp, Faith Congregational Church and Sharon Lewis, Coalition for Environmental Justice.

The Salon is on my schedule. I encourage you to put it on yours.

Combatting Environmental Racism

Salons at Stowe

April 21, 2016
5:30-5:45 PM Refreshments
5:45-7:15 PM Discussion
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Free Event
Reservations or 860-522-9258, x317.  Since 2008, the Stowe Center has brought community members together for Salons at Stowe, spirited discussions of contemporary issues to foster engagement and community action. 
 Salon admission is FREE thanks to our members, donors and CT Department of Economic & Community Development; CT Office of the Arts; Ensworth Charitable Trust; City of Hartford Arts & Heritage Jobs Grants Program; Greater Hartford Arts Council; Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; The Hartford; Lincoln Financial Foundation; NewAlliance Foundation; and Travelers Foundation.

Don Shaw, Jr.
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