Hear founders of the Just Transition Alliance, which brings together people of color in fenceline communities, Indigenous Peoples, workers, and unions in polluting industries in Canada, Mexico and the U.S. to address environmental and economic justice issues together.
This is the third webinar in the Just Transition Listening Project, hosted by the Labor Network for Sustainability.
Les Leopold, Author of “The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor: The Life and Times of Tony Mazzochi,” and Director of the Labor Institute and the Public Health Institute.
José Bravo, Executive Director, Just Transition Alliance and long-time leader on just transition, climate justice and chemicals issues as they relate to environmental justice communities and labor.
Jenice View, Associate Professor at George Mason University and former Executive Director and Education and Training Director for the Just Transition Alliance from 2000-2007.
Dave Campbell, Oil worker, Secretary-Treasurer, United Steelworkers Local 675 and founding member of the Just Transition Alliance.
Casey Camp-Horinek, Environmental Ambassador, Elder and Hereditary Drumkeeper of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma and founding member of the Just Transition Alliance.
Wednesday, July 22, 5 PM Pacific Time