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Black Women’s Health Imperative: Watered Down
April 28 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Our partners at Black Women’s Health Imperative are holding a webinar on 4/28 about water infrastructure and clean water access issues leading to negative health impacts in communities of color. I hope you’ll consider joining and sharing with your networks. Feel free to reach out to Alanna Murrell (CC’ed) with any questions.
A VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Link to Join: https://bit.ly/3EIaZHl
Black Women’s Health Imperative (BWHI) is excited to announce virtual discussion focused on water infrastructure and clean water access issues. “Watered Down” will take place Thursday, April 28th, from 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm EST.
The purpose of “Watered Down” is to dissect the various issues surrounding water infrastructure and clean water access leading to negative health impacts in communities of color.
Our esteemed panelists will highlight the current state of water infrastructure in Georgia and nationwide, address key issues that impact public health, and highlight contributing factors such as lead, outdated water systems, flooding, PFAS, lack of funding, and more. This is a conversation you won’t want to miss!
Our Panel of Experts
Park Cannon – Georgia Democratic State Representative – House District 58
YoNasDa Lonewolf – National Community Organizer, Public Speaker, Published Writer, and Media Personality
Gwendolyn P. Smith – Executive Director and Founder – Community Health Aligning Revitalization Resilience & Sustainability, Inc. (CHARRS)
Things to Remember!
We’re starting on time. Please sign on no later than 6:30 pm EST, the event will be starting on time.
Questions? Please have 1-2 questions for our panelists to answer during the Q&A session. We want to hear from you!
Tune in HERE on Thursday, April 28th at 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm EST.
Click HERE to RSVP and request a personal calendar invite.
We hope to see you there! Please use the flyer attached to spread the word!
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