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  P.O. Box 784 Slidell, LA 70459 |Office: 985.643.6186 | Email: info@gcclp.org

ROAD TO THE GREEN NEW DEAL - NATIONAL TOUR: 

Flagship Stop in New Orleans

The Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy is excited to be hosting the New Orleans stop of the Sunrise Movement's national Road to the Green New Deal Tour, in partnership with a growing list of local organizations. The tour spans the entire U.S., with 8 massive tour stops and over 100 town hall meetings, where communities have been gathering together to share stories of climate disaster and resistance, to build movement, and to vision what a Green New Deal should deliver for their regions.

GCCLP invites you to join us on Tuesday, May 7th, from 6pm-9pm at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for an evening of ritual, of local art and performance, and of authentic dialogue about the particular crisis we face here in the Gulf South and what must be done to confront it in a manner that advances ecological equity and climate justice in the region. CLICK HERE to Register!

 

Our goals for the New Orleans tour stop are to 1) Honor local Indigenous and Black leadership around caring for each other and the earth; 2) Create a safe, inclusive space to connect the dots around climate, climate disaster, jobs, and next generation leadership; and 3) Launch Gulf South for a Green New Deal as a multi-state effort to implement the vision of the Green New Deal, rooted in the unique realities of the Gulf South. Read more about Gulf South for a Green New Deal HERE.

Tuesday, May 7th, 2019; 6pm-9pm

Mahalia Jackson Theater 

1419 Basin St., New Orleans, LA 70116

 

Free and open to the public!

Registration is encouraged but not required

Email any questions to emma@gcclp.org

PEOPLE'S MOVEMENT ASSEMBLY: COAST.CLIMATE.ENERGY.WATER.

The Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy invites you to join us for our first People's Movement Assembly of the year. In 2019, GCCLP will be meeting with communities throughout Louisiana to discuss the issues and solutions connected to Louisiana's coastal crisis and climate change. What better place to start than the Northshore!

Participants from St. Tammany, St. Bernard, Tangipahoa, Washington, St. Helena and Livingston parishes will leave this dynamic session with a deeper understanding of how to protect our greatest assets and engage in Louisiana's Restoration Economy. Presentations will be offered by local leaders and information offered by the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA); the Alliance for Affordable Energy, Sierra Club and Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

 

This event is free and open to the public, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED due to limited space. Lunch and childcare will be provided for those who RSVP before 5pm on Friday. Grab a couple of friends and join us as we take the first steps towards a better Louisiana!

Saturday March 23, 2019; 11pm-3pm

St. Tammany Parish Library - Slidell Branch

555 Robert Road, Slidell, Louisiana 70458

 

Lunch & childcare provided with registration

REGISTER HERE or Call (985) 643-6186 

E-mail any questions to: emma@gcclp.org

#Katrina13: Honoring Women & the Sacred Feminine in Climate Disaster Recovery

The Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy and Lift Louisiana invite you to join us in commemorating 13 years of recovery from Hurricane Katrina. #Katrina13 will host a conversation with New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell and feature a panel discussions with community leaders from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Puerto Rico. Speakers will explore the role of women and the feminine in climate disaster and recovery, and will uplift local leadership from climate frontlines across the gulf. The event is free and includes lunch and childcare. Registration is required. Register here.

 

#Katrina13 will also welcome the Freedom to Breathe Tour, a cross-country bus tour that spotlights injustice and elevates the stories of people advancing solutions. The Freedom to Breathe Tour invokes the Freedom Riders of the 1960’s in a call-to-action for people throughout the country to confront the racial, social, economic, and climate injustices that America faces today. The climate crisis demands solutions that work for all of us. Register here.

Wednesday August 29, 2018; 12pm-4pm

University of New Orleans- Lindy Boggs Conference Center

2045 Lakeshore Dr, New Orleans, LA 70122

 

Lunch & childcare provided with registration

Required registration at: tinyurl.com/Katrina13nola

E-mail any questions to: emma@gcclp.org