Alfredo Romo is the founding member and current Executive Director of Neighbors for Environmental Justice. During his talk, he will discuss N4EJ’s work to hold polluters, like the MAT Asphalt plant, accountable to their threat to public health. He also will highlight efforts centered around environmental justice and public health campaigns at the city and state levels including co-designing the recently published Cumulative Impact Assessment with the City of Chicago.
*LALS 495 / ANTH 494 / MUSE 400
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Wednesday, Nov. 8, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Naomi Davis, Founder and CEO, Blacks in Green
Co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, Department of Latin American and Latino Studies, Freshwater Lab, Great Cities Institute, L@s GANAS, and Museum and Exhibition Studies Program.