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Environmental Justice in a Changing Climate


Join us for a special tribute to the good Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.

Featuring LIVE MUSIC from Matt & Jen 2010

Ekta Kothari from Project Survival Media joins us to chat about her fantastic documentary work at the Copenhagen Climate talks featured here on the Huffington Post.

Carrie Rheingans from UM’s School of Public Health and School of Social Work updates us on UM’s Haiti Relief Efforts.  For more info, join the email list in the UM Directory; [email protected]; also check out the blog at, or follow UMHaitiRelief on twitter.

Professor Extraordinaire Dr. Dorecta Taylor joins us to talk about her new book The Environment and the People in American Cities: 1600s-1900s. Professor Taylor will be discussing and signing copies of her book at the Borders in Ann Arbor (State&Liberty) on January 29 at 7pm.


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