Equity, Fraternity and the Environment: An Introduction to Environmental Justice

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See registration form below. Deadline is May 20th.

The goal of this bilingual workshop is to inspire participants to engage in the fight against systemic discrimination and racism within the environmental movement as well as their own organizations and to pursue lifelong learning about environmental justice.

The workshop will be led by Chúk Odenigbo from Future Ancestors. Proudly Franco-Albertan, Chúk’s passion lies in the interactions between culture, health and the environment. Outside of this work with Future Ancestors Services, he is the cofounder of The Poison and The Apple and is completing his PhD in Medical Geography after completing a masters degree from the School of Public Health at the University of Montréal. Chúk is your typical urbanite, in love with technology and fashion, all the while retaining a connection with nature and integrating green and blue spaces into his every day. His vision is to reconnect humanity with nature in a way that accommodates modernity, sparking that green revolution without decimation of the present. Chúk is bilingual and has a secret love affair with New Brunswick haven spent several stints of time here in the past.
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This workshop costs 15$. Please select a method of payment:

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No one turned away for lack of funds. Please contact us if the cost of this event is prohibitive.
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Problems or questions? Contact the NBEN at 506-855-4144 or nben@nben.ca.
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