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4th Annual Environmental Equity Summit: Adding Color to the Green Movement

Free with RSVP // Doors 7:00pm // Show 8:00pm // All Ages

About this Event


Hip Hop for Change in association with, Surfrider Foundation, Sierra Club & SF Baykeeper present

The 4th Annual Environmental Equity Summit

Adding Color To The Green Movement

The Environmental Equity Summit is a bold platform for representation and activism that elevates and amplifies the voice and power of people of color as leaders in the environmental justice movement. Participants come together to share experiences and discuss steps to diversify the Green Movement as well as providing a platform to discuss the specific needs of vulnerable communities. This event will foster collaboration between large ENGOs and smaller grassroots environmental justice groups so that the needs of underserved communities who are most impacted are better represented.

Featuring an incredible panel of thought leaders within the environmental justice movement.

Moderated by Sejal Choksi-Chugh (SF Baykeeper)

Panelists include:

- Sharonda Williams-Tack (Sierra Club)

- Julian Brave Noisecat (Director of Green New Deal Strategy at Data for Progress)

- Hannah Estrada (Youth vs Apocalypse)

- Isra Hirsi (co-founder of US Youth Climate Strike)

- Zolboo Namkhaidorj (Communities for a Better Environment)

Live Performances by:

SOL Development


Triple Threat DJs (Apollo, Shortkut & Vinroc)

Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist

Hosted by Khafre Jay & UnLearn The World

@ Cornerstone, 2367 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, CA 94704

Doors: 7:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM

All Ages. FREE with RSVP.


Thanks to our sponsors:

Surfrider Foundation

National Wildlife Federation

New Leaders Initiative (program of Earth Island Institute)

Vote Solar

Rainforest Action Network

Climate Access

Ecology Center

The Climate Center

Sunrise Movement Bay Area

The Wilderness Society

Center for Resource Solutions

East Bay Community Energy


HipHopForChange, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit that uses grassroots activism to educate people about socio-economic injustices and advocate solutions through hip hop culture. We raise funds for local causes that enrich marginalized and historically oppressed communities.

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