HEFN’s Annual Meeting, October 29-30 in DC focused on the “Power of People”
Look at how US demographic trends translate into new opportunities to engage emerging majorities in stronger defense of environmental health and justice. The speaker line-up includes Judith Brown Dianis, national civil rights strategist with the Advancement Project, Linda Birnbaum from NIEHS offering updates on the latest on environmental health science, and Manuel Pastor linking demography and movement-building.
The meeting will also include mini-sessions on storytelling and money-in-politics, as well as strategy discussions on chemicals policy reform and fracking. Registration information and the agenda are online at: www.regonline.com/HEFN2013.
1500 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
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