“Moving Forward Together” Conference on Freight and EJ

“Moving Forward Together”

A conference for communities impacted by trade, ports, and goods movement

October 22-23, 2010
Carson Community Center
801 E. Carson Street, Carson, CA 90745

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Registration deadline is Sunday October 17th!

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