Curious to learn more about environmental justice and the impact land use has on communities of color? Meet me at the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center this Thursday, April 6th at 6pm for Designed for Decay.
Designed for Decay investigates the environmental, health, housing, and economic disparities within communities of color. The discussion includes a panel comprised of change markers in Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area. Our panelists spread awareness and advocate for safe, sustainable and healthy,and thriving communities. Join us to learn more about city and county planning, as we outline pathways to equitable resources disbursement and environmental sustainability.
I’ll be moderating the panel discussion, feel free to send me suggestion or questions to ask this knowledgeable group!
Glen Ross, Founder, Toxic Tour of Baltimore
Valecia Wilson, Community Planner, Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission
Courtney Newkirk, Health and Capacity Building Coordinator, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System
Check Out the Video from the Designed for Decay Panel Discussion on the PGMAAC Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pgaamcc/?hc_ref=SEARCH