The JP Forum, in conjunction with sponsors including BCEC, presents Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley and the Rev. Mariama White-Hammond to discuss the challenges of working for a just transition that includes how we build an equitable economy that lifts people out of poverty and also lives within the ecological boundaries of the earth.
The ecological and economic justice challenges of our time require all of us to work for an equitable, healthy, and livable planet for all. Responding to our environmental crisis must be done in a way that bridges Boston’s racial divide. A just and sustainable transition must follow the leadership of women of color who have helped move forward many critical issues in our current political environment. Women of color leading the way!
Event sponsors: 350Mass, 350Mass Boston, Boston Clean Energy Coalition, Boston Extinction Rebellion, Boston Food Forest, BostonCAN, Clean Water Action, Climate Disobedience Center, Corporate Accountability, Elders Climate Action, Elders Climate Action Massachusetts, Environmental League, Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station, Friends of Jamaica Pond, Olmsted 2022, ART INstitute, Mass Care, Mass Power Forward, Mothers Out Front Brookline, Mothers Out Front JP, Mothers Out Front Mass, Our Climate, Resist the Pipeline, Social Justice Action Committee of the First Church, Toxics Action Center