Colette Pichon Battle: Westminster Town Hall Forum
MNIPL is thrilled to support Colette Pichon Battle’s appearance as the keynote for the Westminster Town Hall Forum on April 27. Her work in environmental racial justice has sparked a surge of energy in the movement and increased public awareness nationwide. Ms. Battle closes out a season of five women speaking on climate science and solutions at the Town Hall Forum (watch past recordings).
Join us live in Minneapolis or online for Ms. Battle’s address entitled “Advancing Equity Through Ethical Climate Adaptations.” The forum is from 12:00-1:00 pm followed by a reception. MNIPL and other Minnesota climate organizations will be present and welcome conversations with those at Westminster.
Ways to Attend:
- In-person: Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1200 Marquette Ave., Minneapolis; doors open at noon
- Online: Broadcast on MPR (91.1 FM in the Twin Cities or at MPRNews.org), on the Westminster Town Hall Forum website or their Facebook page.
About Colette Pichon Battle:
Ms. Battle is a luminary in the world of environmental justice. As the founder of the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy, her leadership has inspired a community-based movement for transformational climate solutions in the Gulf region and nationally. Here in Minnesota, we have a direct connection to Ms. Battle’s work through the Mississippi River and our fight to stop the destructive Line 3 oil pipeline. Ms. Battle offers a profound exploration of the places where climate justice and racial justice intertwine, and a spiritual focus on how to nurture our power and our hope in challenging times.
Climate Solutions: Post-Forum Discussion with Julia Nerbonne
Fri, April 29, 2022 @ 1:15 pm–2:15 pm | Zoom
This year, the Westminster Town Hall Forum has presented a series of programs on climate change solutions featuring five women on the forefront of climate research, science, and policy. Join Julia Nerbonne, MNIPL's Executive Director, for a follow-up discussion on the treasure-trove of ideas and solutions shared and how you can take them into your communities.https://www.mnipl.org/event/climate-solutions-post-town-hall-forum-discussion/
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