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MLK, Jr. Forum on Racial Justice: "Environmental Justice is Racial Justice" - 2.5 CEUs
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Join us for the Annual MLK, Jr. Forum on Racial Justice. This year's event, "Environmental Justice is Racial Justice," aims to confront environmental racism through the lens of social work. This event is free and open to the public, but you must register to attend. Social work CEUs and a light dinner will be provided. Doors open at 5:00 pm.

When: 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Where: Boston University, Fenway Campus
150 The Riverway
Room FCC 105
Boston, Massachusetts 
United States
Contact: 617-227-9635

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With a panel discussion and small group work, this free annual continuing education program aims to confront environmental racism through the lens of social work. The panel and accompanying group work will highlight the intersection of environmental justice and racial justice while empowering all social workers to work together to dismantle environmental racism. A light dinner will be provided. Earn 2.5 social work CEUs for your participation. 


  • Moderator: Sarah Coughlin, LICSW, LADC-1, Director, Charlestown Coalition / NASW-MA Board President
  • Panelist: Nina Aronoff, PhD, LICSW, Professor, Boston University School of Social Work
  • Panelist: David Corbie, Greenovate Boston Outreach Manager, City of Boston
  • Panelist: Anjali Dean Mitra, General Coordinator, Boston Climate Strike, and youth activist with Sunrise Movement
  • Panelist: Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, Esq., Executive Director, Lawyers for Civil Rights

2.5 social work CEUs available!

FREE for NASW members and non-members

Please register. Space is limited.

Doors open at 5:00 pm. Please arrive early to grab food and settle in before the program begins.

This event is co-sponsored by the Boston University School of Social Work


Parking and Transportation Information:

Parking on BU's Fenway Campus (formerly Wheelock College) can be limited. BU-affiliated lots and garages on BU's Fenway Campus are permit-only. Nearby parking garages/lots open to the public are:

We strongly encourage attendees to take public transportation.The venue is accessible via the Green Line, D Train, Fenway Station stop. The venue is about a 7 minute walk from the T station.


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