Hispanic Health and Climate workshop October 26, 2019
The Hispanic Health and Climate workshop was held on October 18, 2019, 7:00 PM-9:00 PM PST. The film I Am Cheo was shown and well-received. In attendance were local firefighters, buffel grass experts from the Arizona- Sonora Desert Museum, and PSR.
Dr. Barbara Warren, PSR AZ Chapter leader, spoke about community organizing around extreme heat protection and need to address climate change. Dr. Warren shared her important work: Building Resilient Neighborhoods (BRN).
Thank you to the people who hosted the event at: Grace to the Nations, 6180 E. Pima St. And, a special thanks to Jessica, at the Hispanic Access Foundation, for making this event possible.
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