CFEJ

Category displaying the many programs and activities of Citizens for Environmental Justice, The Harambee House.

Greenversation — Road to Freedom: Next Stop, Liberation

Join us Wednesday, June 30 at 6 PM ET for a dynamic conversation on Environmental Justice with Subject Matter Experts in the American South! Panelist include:Dwayne T. Patterson, Chief Equity Impact Officer, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Michael MacMiller, Student and Youth Organizer, Partnership for Southern Equity Darryl Jordan, Co-Director, East Michigan Environmental Action Council Baba …

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Find Your Vaccine Location

The White House today announced this quick method to find a vaccination site near you. Text your Zip Code to 438829 to receive vaccine locations near you. For example, entering 31401 results in: CVS Pharmacy, Inc.CVS Pharmacy119 BULL STSAVANNAH, GA, 31401(912) 232-1129 Kroger Pharmacy1900 VICTORY DRSAVANNAH, GA, 31404(912) 236-0750 Kroger Pharmacy311 E GWINNETT STSAVANNAH, GA, …

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Free Food Give Away May 15, 2021

Build A Bridge is having it’s monthly food giveaway Saturday, May 15 from 10am-12pm 5212 Silk Hope Rd.Garden City, GA 31408It’s drive through only.1 Food Box per CarPlease share with your families and friends

Urge Congress to enact a federal Renewable Energy Standard!

And we hope you can join us in amplifying this on social media! Over 660+ climate, environmental and racial justice, and faith organizations joined together to urge Congressional leadership to enact a federal Renewable Energy Standard. You can find the final letter linked here: https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/programs/energy-justice/pdfs/2021-5-12_600-Group-Letter-for-RES.pdf PR release: https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/2021/05/12/650-groups-tell-congress-leave-dirty-power-out-of-clean-electricity-standard/ We hope that you can help us amplify this news – follow …

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Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxic Update

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites environmental justice communities and stakeholders to participate in environmental justice consultations regarding the development of risk management actions under section 6(a) of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) for Asbestos, Part 1: Chrysotile Asbestos and PV29. The environmental justice consultation period will extend from today through August 13, …

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Get Strategic for Fundraising Success

The United Way’s next Lunch and Learn event isGet Strategic for Fundraising Success Effective fund development requires three key elements: Communications Collaborations, and Commitment. Unlocking this combination for your organization is key to your development strategy. This workshop will provide practical tools and insights needed to create sustainability and increase organizational capacity. Learn new tactics for …

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Sign Up Now for Job Training!

Qualified Candidates Will Receive $1,000.00 Upon Completion of All Requirements! JOIN US! We provide training in environmental hazard removal!This program provides comprehensive training in environmental cleanup, construction, hazardous waste removal, lead paint abatement, asbestos removal and emergency planning and disaster response. Benefits: State & Federally Recognized Certifications OSHA Card Job Placement One Year Support Worker …

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Time to Take Action – PLASTIC FREE SAVANNAH Coalition

Plastic Free Savannah is a community coalition made up of scientists, activists, small local businesses, educators, students and more who all want to see less plastic pollution impacting our communities. Help us by doing your part to eliminate the use of single-use plastics and our over-reliance of plastic use in general Sign up to take part …

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