Re-Envisioning Urban Transportation & Building A Mass Movement for Civil Rights & Environmental Justice

RE-ENVISIONING URBAN TRANSPORTATION & BUILDING A MASS MOVEMENT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: AN INTERACTIVE PRESENTATION & WORKSHOP

with
Eric Romann, BusRiders Union organizer and producer of KPFK’s
Voices form the Frontlines

No charge for this event.
Reservations recommended: 213/738-1254 or crsp@igc.org

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