NYLPI’s Christine Appah Speaking At Yale Law School

April 12, 2019

Environmental Justice, News

NYLPI senior staff attorney for environmental justice Christine Appah is giving a talk at Yale Law School on Monday:

Come hear Christine Appah, Senior Staff Attorney at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest come speak about environmental justice in America’s biggest city. She will discuss local government and community-based innovations that are at the intersection of civil rights and environmental law.

You can sign up for the talk, which is open to the public, at Yale’s website.

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