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Join us! #Katrina14: Honoring Legacies of Courage- Connecting the Dots of Climate & Environmental Justice

August 23, 2019

The Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy (GCCLP) invites you to join with us in commemorating 14 years of recovery since Hurricane Katrina. 

 

Wednesday, August 28, 2019 @ 5:30pm CDT

The Seas are Rising: Climate Displacement, Relocation and Gentrification in the Gulf South

 

 

First, join us for the monthly Southern Movement Assembly General Membership Call as our own Executive Director Colette Pichon Battle frames a discussion rooted in the impacts of climate change and its connection to Climate Displacement, Climate Relocation and Climate Gentrification. This call will also feature two Gulf South climate justice leaders- Valencia Gunder and Bette Billiot. This call is open to anyone in the South.

 

Register at: www.southtosouth.org/call

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2019 @ 1-4pm CDT

Katrina 14:  Honoring Legacies of Courage- Connecting the Dots of Climate & Environmental Justice

 

Then, join us in Plaquemines Parish on Thursday to commemorate 14 years since Hurricane Katrina. The communities of South Louisiana’s Plaquemines Parish are on the frontline of the climate crisis dealing with the first hits of a storm and some of the most severe land loss due to sea level rise on the planet. #Katrina14: Honoring Legacies of Courage will uplift and honor frontline local leadership advancing good work on the ground for the last fourteen years and beyond. Join us on Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 12-3pm at the Percy Griffin Center (15577 Hwy 15, Braithwaite, LA 70040). Food and childcare will be provided. Click here to RSVP and join us!  Note: Media Permitted.

 

Saturday, August 31, 2019 @ 1-5pm CDT

Community Skills Training 

 

Finally, on Saturday join us for a community skills training. Increased intensity of storms, hotter temperatures, flooding, drought and sea level rise are indeed connected to industrial pollution and extractive industries. We must confront these intersecting issues and build a vision for something better together.  #Katrina14 Connecting the Dots on Environmental & Climate Justice will offer information and skills sessions on the impact of extractive infrastructure in the Gulf.  Join us on Saturday, August 31st from 1-5pm at the Buras Community Center (36342 Hwy 11, Buras, LA 70041). Food and childcare will be provided. Click here to RSVP and join us! Note: Media Prohibited.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reach out to emma@gcclp.org with any questions or thoughts on Katrina14. 

 

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