Nicole Fabricant will explore how elevated industrial toxic emissions at the South Baltimore Peninsula have impacted the health and well being of the area’s residents. She will also profile high school activists, who over the past decade, have voiced their opposition to race and class-based inequalities in the city and provided their own proposals for better environmental practices. Nicole Fabricant will be joined in conversation by South Baltimore Community Land Trust environmental justice coordinator Shashawnda Campbell and youth leader and outreach specialist Carlos Sanchez.
Nicole Fabricant is an anthropology professor at Towson University. She is the author of Mobilizing Bolivia’s Displaced.
- This FREE event will be presented in-person and virtually.
- To attend in person we strongly encourage you to register here.
- Free parking vouchers are available to program attendees who park at the Franklin Street Garage (15 W. Franklin Street) after 4pm. Ask Pratt event staff for your parking voucher prior to or after the program.
- Books for sale provided by Urban Reads Bookstore. Order your copy of Fighting to Breathe.
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