is sponsored by the Northwest Indiana Environmental Justice Partnership
and the Calumet Projectin conjunction with the Department of Minority Studies and
the Black Student Union of Indiana University
Northwest, in Gary.
Discussion Issues Include:
WHAT ARE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
AND HUMAN RIGHTS?
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR JOBS,
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH POLICY, BROWNFIELDS,
THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF THE EAST CHICAGO CONFINED DISPOSAL FACILITY
April 5, 2003
Northwest in Gary,
of History Roosevelt Univ., Community Activist
SEIU, Chicago., CesarChavez
Community House East Chicago,
Environmental Justice Chairman, NAACP, Gary.
Chair of Policy Subcommittee for 2030 Plan
HazelJohnson, People for Community
Nationally recognized as the “Mother of the Environmental Justice Movement.”
Jose Lopez -
Activist, City of Gary
Professor of Philosophy and Concurrent Professor of Biological Sciences,
University of Notre Dame.
Candidate in Sociology. University
of Illinois at Chicago.
Director, The Calumet Project
For more information contact
email@example.com or Dr.Jones at 980-6704.
Associate Director of the VincentDePaul Leadership Project of the Public
Services Graduate Program, DePaulUniversityChicago.