Caring for Community through Crisis:
Latinx communities responses to climate change, covid, and more.
Thursday, October 14, 7-8:30 pm
Join Audubon Naturalist Society and our partners for a candid conversation that explores how Latinx communities nationwide and in the Washington, DC region are responding to environmental, health, and economic crises while looking ahead to the future.
Moderator: Serenella Linares, ANS Director of Adult Programs and Naturally Latinos Conference Co-Chair
· Pedro Cruz, Acting Director of the Healthy Communities Campaign at the Sierra Club.
· Brenda Perez Amador, DC DOEE Office of Urban Agriculture and community organizer (honored as an Environmental Champion at Naturally Latinos 3)
· Norberto Martinez, Executive Director of the Langley Park Civic Association and Hispanic liaison in the Maryland court system.
Live interpretation to Spanish available. Event is held virtually.
FREE (registration required), with thanks to our sponsor and partner the US Forest Service Offices of Urban and Community Forestry, Civil Rights, and Wilderness/Wild & Scenic Rivers.
Register at https://anshome.org/nlc-hhm-2021/