ENRICH Participates in UN Working Group

On October 19th, 2016, Ingrid Waldron was among 15 representatives from various African Nova Scotian organizations who delivered presentations on historical and ongoing systemic oppression faced by African Nova Scotians in environment, health, education, criminal justice, employment, child welfare, and other issues for the Official Visit of United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent (WGEPAD) to Canada, Black Cultural Centre, Halifax.

Dr. Waldron delivered a presentation on environmental racism and the ENRICH Project at this meeting, focusing on key issues and recommendations for addressing environmental racism in Nova Scotia. The full media statement made by the Working Group is available here.

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