How can local communities, universities, and government officials in northern New Jersey work together to ensure that President Biden’s Green New Deal and climate change initiatives will benefit our region? And what can we do to ensure that such benefits are just and equitable, especially for disadvantaged frontline communities?
Our New Green Deal: A Community-University Working Session for Environmental Justice in the Passaic River Watershed is a series of virtual work sessions on forging an environmentally equitable Green New Deal and a just transition in the climate change era.
Access the program and full list of participants & co-conveners here.
Our Green New Deal: Artists from Northern New Jersey
Organized by Alexandra Chang | Curator and Art Historian; Interim Associate Director, Clement A. Price Institute, Rutgers University-Newark
This online exhibition features the work of five visual artists from Northern New Jersey from the highlands region to Montclair to Newark engaged with our plant crisis in relation to our possible new green futures.
Performance by Floyd Little Sun
Performance by Floyd Little Sun | Drummer and Representative for the Wawayanda Territory for Ramapough tribal members; Lead Vocalist of the Spirit of the Mountain Singers