Action Alert

Sunshine After the Storm: Katrina 10th Anniversary Commemoration Summit

August 13, 2015

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (Gulf Region) and The Education, Economic, Environmental, Climate and Health Organization (A coalition of a dozen plus frontline community groups in the Gulf Region)invite you to participate in Sunshine After the Storm: The 10th Anniversary Katrina Commemoration Summit from August 21st-26th in Gulfport, Mississippi.

The theme is: Sunshine After the Storm: Honoring Our Collective Leadership and Charting a Just Transition to a Thriving Gulf for ALL. The Katrina Anniversary events will include a Clergy Climate Change Training in partnership with Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project; A Sea Level Rise Training and Summit, In partnership with NOAA and Climate Central, a Gulf Leadership Appreciation Sunday, a Gender Justice/U.S. Women’s Equality Day Summit, two Human Rights Tribunals and a truth circle to reflect on the past, and multiple topical strategy sessions to plan for the future. 

Register for the Summit here.

Register for the Faith Leaders Climate Justice Training here.

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