A free and interactive training on successful strategies to advocate for environmental equity will be offered twice during the month of April.
The workshops will feature Naeema Muhammad, who works with the NC Environmental Justice Network, and David Caldwell, an advocate for the Rogers Road Community. Participants will be introduced to public health issues and environmental justice through academic and community partnerships.
To register for the Greensboro session on April 5, please visit http://tracs.unc.edu/envtjustice_greensboro. To register for the Wilmington session on April 19, please visit http://tracs.unc.edu /envtjustice_wilmington.
UNC sponsors include The North Carolina Translational & Clinical Sciences Institute, the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and NC Speed. Other sponsors include the Greensboro Public Library, the Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative, the NC Environmental Justice Network and the City of Wilmington.