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The Louisiana Bucket Brigade is a non-profit environmental health and justice organization working with communities that neighbor oil refineries and chemical plants. The Bucket Brigade helps communities hold these industries accountable for pollution by providing assistance with community organizing, education, media outreach, and gathering evidence against industry, including training communities to use an EPA-approved "bucket" to conduct air sampling in order to document toxic air pollution.

PUBLIC TALKS: 
Wednesday, April 3, 6:00 pm, Student Center Room #111
Thursday, April 4, 3:30 pm, White Hall Classroom Building #231
 
 

Ronesha Johnson is a community member from Shreveport, LA and Environmental Justice Corps fellow with the Bucket Brigade.

Kristen Evans, MA joined the Bucket Brigade in 2011, working with Residents for Air Neutralization before she started the Bucket Brigade's Art-to-Action program.

These talks are part of the American Studies Program’s Environmental Justice Speaker Series.

Co-sponsored by American Studies, Appalachian Studies, and the Student Sustainability Council.

   

 

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