Monique Harden, "Human Rights, Remedies for Environmental Racism"

Posted: February 9, 2007

Attorney Monique Harden, codirector of Advocates for Environmental Human Rights (AEHR), spoke during MHC's Black History Month Keynote event on February 7. Since Hurricane Katrina, Harden has been advocating for the human rights of displaced Gulf Coast residents, which include the right to return to healthy and safe neighborhoods. In her talk, Harden described the status of environmental protection, human rights, and remedies for environmental racism.

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Black History Month 2007

Center for the Environment