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The Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform supports diverse movement towards safe chemicals and clean energy that leaves no community or worker behind. The chemical and energy industries — and their waste, pollution, and health hazards — disproportionately target and impact communities of color, Indigenous, and low-income communities. Our communities along the “fencline” of industry are exposed to multiple hazards at high rates, and have the least resources to influence and respond.

The Environmental Justice Health Alliance (EJHA) organizes direct engagement in industry reform strategies by grassroots organizations in frontline communities to promote environmental justice outcomes. EJHA hosts a network and policy platform engaging organizations from more than 13 states in advocacy for communities and populations that are disproportionately impacted by toxic chemicals, from old contaminated sites and from ongoing exposure to polluting facilities and toxics in specific products. The EJHA network model features leadership of, by, and for environmental justice groups with participation and support by additional allied groups.

 

 

 

Contacts

richard-moore-72 Richard Moore
National Co-Coordinator
ljinewmexico@gmail.com
505.301.0276
   
michelle roberts Michele Roberts
National Co-Coordinator
robertsmichele7@gmail.com
202.704.7593
   

Phoebe Gooding
Program Associate
pgooding[at]comingcleaninc.org
(802) 251-0203 ext. 705

   
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