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Exhibition: September—November, 2020
The Chicago chapter is currently online only. Explore the project tiles on the Chicago page to see and hear their stories.
09.16
Climates of Inequality – September 16th Virtual Public Program
September 16, 2020
4:30 pm—5:30 pm

Edith Tovar and Juliana Pino Alcaraz with Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO). On LVEJO’s #LaVillitaRespira Campaign in response to the Crawford Plant demolition and future construction of a distribution center by Hilco Co.

Wed. Sep. 16, 2020
4:30-5:30PM CST

09.30
Climates of Inequality – September 30th Virtual Public Program
September 30, 2020
4:30 pm—5:30 pm

Dr. Antonio Lopez, ECJ Scholar & Activist. On current efforts of EJ organizations to protect their communities, and shared lessons of power and environmental racism during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wed. Sep. 30, 2020
4:30-5:30PM CST

Visit go.uic.edu/climates to RSVP

For more program description, go HERE.

For access needs or questions, email: lcc@uic.edu

10.07
Climates of Inequality: List of October Virtual Public Programs
October 07—October 28, 2020
4:30 pm—5:30 pm

All programs 4:30-5:30PM CST

Wed. Oct. 7, 2020
Ian Zeitlin with Sunrise Movement – Chicago Hub

Wed. Oct. 14, 2020
Oscar Chacón with
Alianza Americas

Wed. Oct. 28, 2020
Amalia NietoGomez with Alliance of the SouthEast (ASE) & Olga Bautista with Alliance for the Great Lakes

Visit go.uic.edu/climates to RSVP

11.11
Jessie Fuentes Discusses Puerto Rico's Reconstruction Process
November 11, 2020
4:30 pm—5:30 pm

The University of Illinois-Chicago’s Rafael Cintrón Ortiz Latino Cultural Center will host Jessie Fuentes of Chicago’s Puerto Rican Cultural Center for a presentation on Puerto Rico’s reconstruction process after several hurricanes and the COVID-19 pandemic devastated the island. Fuentes, a scholar and activist, will discuss the ways residents have endured an exhausting, draining, and daunting recovery process rooted in Puerto Rico’s history of slavery and racism.

Register here.

This event is part of the Latino Cultural Center’s series of virtual presentations and dialogues exploring themes from their local story for Climates of Inequality, “Resisting Cycles of Environmental Injustice in Little Village.”

11.18
Cheryl Johnson Highlights Community Organizing and Advocacy in Chicago's Altgeld Gardens
November 18, 2020
4:30 pm—5:30 pm

The University of Illinois-Chicago’s Rafael Cintrón Ortiz Latino Cultural Center will host Cheryl Johnson of People for Community Recovery (CPR) for a presentation on the organization’s community organizing and advocacy efforts in the Altgeld Gardens public housing project on Chicago’s South Side.

Register here.

This event is part of the Latino Cultural Center’s series of virtual presentations and dialogues exploring themes from their local story for Climates of Inequality, “Resisting Cycles of Environmental Injustice in Little Village.”

Upcoming

Exhibition: January 28—April 25, 2021
Bell Museum of Natural History
2088 Larpenteur Ave W, St Paul, MN
Exhibition: May—June, 2021
Exhibition: August—October, 2021
Zimmerli Art Museum and Alexander Library
71 Hamilton St, New Brunswick, NJ
Exhibition: November—December, 2021
URI Feinstein Providence Campus Gallery
80 Washington Street, Providence, RI

Past

Exhibition: October 03—December 15, 2019
Newark Public Library
5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ
Exhibition: October 03—December 05, 2019
Hahne & Co Building Atrium
54 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ
Exhibition: January 09—February 16, 2020
Indianapolis Public Library-Central Library
40 E St Clair St, Indianapolis, IN
Exhibition: March 05—March 07, 2020
A Sustainable Grand Bahama: Hurricane Dorian Conference
Grand Bahama Highway
Exhibition: March 06—March 21, 2020
Stage 1 Gallery
46-48 N. Swan Street, Albany, NY
Exhibition: April—May, 2020
The New Orleans chapter is currently online only. Explore the project tiles on the New Orleans page to see and hear their stories.
Exhibition: June—August, 2020
The Milwaukee chapter is currently online only. Explore the project tiles on the Milwaukee page to see and hear their stories.