Thursday May 7, 7–9 pm
Thirsty for Justice
Presented by Melissa Damaschke, Sierra Club Great Lakes Program Director
Located within the Great Lakes, people in two cities didn't have access to a basic human need, water. In Detroit, the water department shutoff water to tens of thousands of people, a major human rights and economic justice concern. In Toledo, hundreds of thousands of people went without water for a full weekend because of toxic algae, a public health threat. Learn how environmental and human rights concerns need to be addressed together to protect the health of people and the Great Lakes ecosystem.
Location: Elks Lodge, South of 11 Mile Road, on 4th Street and Stephenson Hwy. (I 75 Service Drive). Enter parking lot from Stephenson or 4th Street, and look for the Sierra Club sign. (map)
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