Our Roots Will Weather the Storm

In order to address climate change, we must view the health of the community and the environment as interlinked and address the injustices happening to communities of color both locally, nationally, and in the Global South – food insecurity, criminalization, privatization, and displacement.

RSVP Here — bit.ly/ClimateTownHall

Join Got Green’s Climate Justice Committee on November 12th for OUR ROOTS WILL WEATHER THE STORM: Community Town Hall on Gentrification and Climate. 5:30-8:30PM at the New Holly Gathering Hall (7054 32nd Ave South Seattle WA ). Food and childcare will be provided.

Access: This space is wheelchair accessible.

The Climate Justice Project was a partnership with Puget Sound Sage to create a grassroots committee made up of young leaders of color organizing to challenge systems of oppression. From May to July 2015, the committee surveyed 150 people from South Seattle on what climate change meant to them and what they’d like us to focus on. This Town Hall is a continuation of those conversations.

For questions about this event, please contact me at hodan@gotgreen.org

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