New Journal: Health, Environment, and Justice
Posted by on April 12, 2002
The Spring issue of Everyone’s Backyard, the quarterly magazine of the
Center for Health, Environment and Justice, is out. Cover stories
include: Oakland Community Shuts Down Medical Waste Incinerators
Activism and Patriotism After September 11 Creating Safe Learning Zones
(report on schools and toxics), and remembrances of organizers Laura
Forman and Tim Sampson
The issue also includes our usual several pages of brief items on
grassroots environmental fights and wins around the nation (and beyond).
To get this issue and become a short-term trial member of CHEJ, send an
e-mail to email@example.com, send postal mail to the address below, or give
us a call at 703 237 2249.
Center for Health, Environment & Justice
P.O. Box 6806
Falls Church, VA 22040
(703) 237-2249 ext 20
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