Youth on Climate Justice: Why should we care? Presented by the Green Team & SustainaVille Week
April 30 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Facebook event at: bit.ly/gtclimate19
What is climate justice? How does it connect to racism? Why should Somerville residents care about climate change? How are young people experiencing, dealing with, and fighting climate change? How does and will it affect us, from the food we eat to the health inequities we face? What can we do about it?
If you’ve ever wondered about one or more of these questions, this workshop is for YOU.
The youth leaders of Groundwork Somerville’s Green Team have created and will lead this interactive workshop for the Somerville community to learn about and discuss climate justice in our city and beyond.
You have TWO opportunities to attend:
Tuesday, April 16th, 3-5pm
Location: Cross Street Senior Center at 165 Broadway, Somerville (downstairs from Teen Empowerment)
This workshop is YOUTH-CENTERED, but open to all. It is during school vacation week and part of the Somerville Youth Workers Network April Vacation Workshop Week.
Tuesday, April 30th, 5:30-7:30pm
Location: Mystic Activity Center, 530 Mystic Ave, Somerville
This workshop is part of the City of Somerville’s SustainaVille Week.
Both workshop times are FREE and snacks will be provided.