The Flint Water Crisis…
Surviving White Supremacy…
Worker Rights in the 21st Century…
Organizing for Action…
Building a New Poor People’s Campaign…
Human Rights DENIED!
Flint’s water crisis as a microcosm of
the nation’s politics of inequality
Thursday April 14, 2016: 6:00pm
National headlines report the disastrous impact of the decision to change the water source to residents of Flint, Michigan. The corrosive impact the acidic river had on the pipes delivered lead-permeated water. Families drank it, bathed in it, cooked with it, brushed their teeth with it, and now they are suffering serious nerve, brain, skin and other illnesses that are caused by lead poisoning and other impure elements in the water.
A Regional Summit
Organized by the Rochester Chapter
of the Social Welfare Action Alliance
Friday April 15, 2016: 8:30am - 4:30pm
A full day of workshops featuring keynote speakers Mary Bricker Jenkins and Maureen Taylor.
“Welcome to this Changing World”
Lunchtime panel given by On the Ground Organizers
“Connecting the Dots: Invisible Mechanisms of Oppression”