Are you interested in learning more about the process of defining disproportionately impacted communities for federal and state policies? Or, how large investments—like from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law—will tie to equitable development and anti-displacement practices in disproportionately impacted communities that receive the funding because of the Justice 40 Initiative?
If yes – then join us! The Urban Waters Learning Network Equitable Development and Anti-Displacement Collaborative is hosting a live session to engage in further conversation on the intersections of environmental justice policy and equitable development / anti-displacement practices.
Submit your questions on the registration form to include in the conversation with our panel of experts:
Lubna Ahmed (she/her/ella), Environmental Justice Boards Manager, State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Sonia Kikeri (they/she), National Director of Policy and Civic Engagement, Emerald Cities Collaborative; Cheyenne Holiday (she/her), Water Justice Coordinator, Verde
**This session is designed to be conversational and interactive. There will be short introductions / presentations for context. Please come prepared to ask your questions live and interact with the collaborative and the panelists.
Watch a pre-recorded video as an introduction to the conversation: https://youtu.be/HmcThhL00k8