How President Obama Can Protect Our Common Home

How President Obama Can Protect Our Common Home October 12, 2009 by Monique Harden, Co-Director & Attorney Advocates for Environmental Human Rights Submission to The New Orleans Tribune Our environment is our common home, and in this home we all live with massive coastal erosion, inadequate flood protection, and sea level rise with the threat of

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Gulf States Human Rights Working Group • Equity and Inclusion Campaign Greater New Orleans Organizer’s Roundtable • US Human Rights Network’s UPR Project

Gulf States Human Rights Working Group • Equity and Inclusion Campaign Greater New Orleans Organizer’s Roundtable • US Human Rights Network’s UPR Project January 25, 2010 Media Briefing – Tue., Jan. 26th at 6:30 pm Human Rights Consultation open to the media Wed., Jan. 27th from 9:00 – 9:30 am Contact: Nathalie Walker, AEHR/Gulf States

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US Government to Take on Human Rights Recommendations

US Government to Take on Human Rights Recommendations November 9, 2010 by Monique Harden, Co-Director & Attorney Advocates for Environmental Human Rights Environmental Justice and Internally Displaced New Orleanians and Gulf Region Residents Are Part of UN Human Rights Council’s Review of the United States In a first-time review of the United States Government’s human

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Historic Fishing, Oyster Harvesting, and Shrimping Village to Memorialize the BP Oil Drilling Disaster in Plaquemines Parish with Marsh Grass Plantings and Mural

Diverse Gulf Communities Gather in Rememberance of the People and Communities Lost to the BP Disaster and Other Industrial Hazards What BP Oil Disaster 1 Year Anniversary Memorial When Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 11am – 5pm 12 noon Press Conference at the Pointe-a-La-Hache Marina Who – Host Organizations: Louisiana Oystermen Association, Fishermen and Concerned Citizens Association, Zion Travelers Cooperative

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