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California Environmental Justice Coalition (CEJC) to Hold Statewide Founding Conference in Kettleman City

Almost 40 urban, rural and indigenous grassroots groups have United in Solidarity for Environmental Justice!

The California Environmental Justice Coalition (CEJC) is a newly formed network of organizations with the common mission of taking action to bring about systemic change in industry and government policies and practices to protect health and promote justice and resilient communities by uncompromisingly following the Principles of Environmental Justice; promoting unity and solidarity; using community-based knowledge; and strengthening community leadership.

Led by people of color and low-income communities, CEJC is a broad, inclusive, grassroots statewide coalition of small and large groups uniting urban, rural and indigenous communities in resistance against environmental racism and injustice, and committed to environmental, social, and economic justice.

Recently the CEJC announced it will hold its founding conference on Saturday, November 8th in Kettleman City, a town where, currently, environmental justice advocates fight against the expansion of a toxic Waste Management landfill. For more information on CEJC please send an email to CEJCoaltion@gmail.com.

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Members of the California Environmental Justice Coalition:

Asamblea de Poder Popular de Gonzales

Bay Area Healthy 880 Communities

Boyle Heights Stakeholders Association

Breakthrough Communities

Citizens for Chiquita Canyon Landfill Compliance

Comite Civico del Valle

Comite Pro Uno

Community Food and Justice Coalition

Desert Protection Society

East Side Coalition Against Exide Toxic Technologies

El Pueblo Para el Aire y Agua Limpia/People for Clean Air and Water of Kettleman City

Food Empowerment Project

Fort Ord Environmental Justice Network

Fresno Brown Berets

Global Community Monitor

Grayson Neighborhood Council

Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice

Huntersview Mothers and Fathers Committee for Health and Environmental Justice

Idle No More SF Bay Area

Just Transition Alliance

La Cuna de Aztlan Sacred Sites Protection Circle

Mexican American Political Association (MAPA)

Mohave Cultural Preservation Program

Mothers of East Los Angeles

OccupySF Environmental Justice Working Group

Poder Verde Comite de Wasco

San Joaquin Valley Latino Environmental Advancement Project

Tri-County Watchdogs

Tri-Valley CAREs (Communities Against a Radioactive Environment)

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West Berkeley Alliance for Clean Air and Safe Jobs

West County Toxics Coalition

West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project

Youth United for Community Action

 

 

 

 

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