Honoring the Earth and Human Rights in a climate-altered world. Article by Robin Bronen, N.Y.U. Review of Law & Social Change, Vol 45. April 21, 2021
Centering Equity and Justice in Addressing Climate-Forced Displacement in the United States and Abroad
Please join UUSC and partners for our webinar panel titled “Centering Equity and Justice in Addressing Climate-Forced Displacement in the United States and Abroad”.
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
1 PM ET / 12 PM CT / 11 AM CST & Mountain Time / 10 AM GMT -7 / 9 AM AKST
5:00 AM Apr 21, GMT +12
Please click here to learn about our panelists and to register: https://www.uusc.org/climate-panel-april-2021/
Prepared on behalf of the Native Village of Kwigillingok, 8.20.2019: Kwigillingok Report 8-20-2019
Please visit the following link to access the full report: https://www.undocs.org/A/75/207
Ethan Avram Berkowitz, Mayor of Anchorage, Alaska Answers Community Questions About COVID-19 in Different Languages
Ashley Sundquist and Tracy Briggs are organizing this fundraiser on behalf of Alaska Institute for Justice. Donations are 100% tax deductible.
AIJ is fundraising to support Alaskan families impacted by the Corona Virus (COVID-19) who do not qualify for federal emergency assistance.
On March 27, 2020, President Donald J. Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). The $2 trillion stimulus package, while a step in the right direction for millions, excludes Alaskan families who have family members who have not yet received their social security numbers because of their immigration status.
To raise at least $5,000 so we can help at least 10 Alaskan families. The more money we raise, the more families we can help.
WHERE WILL THE FUNDING GO?
To assist 10 individuals and/or families with small grants of $500 each to help pay for food and housing during this crisis. The funds will support international students, crime victims, and others who are unable to get social security numbers and/or mixed-status Alaskan families who are negatively impacted by COVID-19 and are not able to apply for relief under the CARES Act.
Visit this page for more info: https://www.gofundme.com/f/AKInstituteforJustice
To read the full report please visit the following link: