Environmental Justice Panel: A Dialogue About Racial Disparities


October 23, 2018 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
UC Berkeley Multicultural Center, 220 MLK Jr. Student Union
Telegraph Ave & Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94720

As part of Climate Justice Week, the Student Environmental Resource Center at UC Berkeley (SERC) is sponsoring a panel on environmental racism featuring two very powerful warriors for environmental justice.

Join them for an evening of critical dialogue surrounding race and its intersection with social justice within the environmental movement.  Both environmental degradation and benefits are distributed among racial and socioeconomic lines: toxic environmental racism works alongside the structural violence of poverty.  Yet, these forms of violence receive little to no exposure or priority in the environmental movement, which only reinforces these same institutions.


Rose Whipple – Youth Leader from Honor the Earth, winner of Brower Youth Awards
mark! Lopez – 2017 Goldman Prize Recipient of North America, Executive Director from East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice in Southeast L.A.

Refreshments and light snacks will be provided.  Free admission, reserve a seat via Facebook.

Hosted by SERC in partnership with Students of Color Environmental Collective , UC Berkeley’s Multicultural Center, and Office of ASUC Senator Whitney.



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