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We talk about all the pollution and all the issues that surround the Bayview and all the history such as the shipyard and all the changes in land that has happened in the Southeast - Alex Velasco
In this episode our featured voices are Executive Director Justice Patrick Marley Rump, Senior Development Consultant LeeAndrea Morton, and Community Program Coordinator Alex Velasco of Literacy for Environmental Justice
The focus of this week’s show is on how the covid-19 pandemic is impacting our youth and the nonprofit organizations that provide support services to help youth through this crisis. We wanted to feature the work of Literacy for Environmental Justice because of their unique and integrated effort of supporting youth in our community through utilizing environmental education, leadership and skills training, and the incubation and placement of native plants into our urban environment.
To find out more about Literacy for Environmental Justice’s eco adventures, eco apprenticeships and to donate to the native plant nursery and community garden expansion project that LeeAndrea spoke of please go to l e j youth dot org
For more insights into how our youth are being impacted by the pandemic and how our nonprofits are supporting our youth through the pandemic please listen to our interview with the Executive Director of the Huckleberry Youth Programs Doug Styles, in Episode 19, Charles Lerner the Executive Director and Demaree Miller the Program Manager of At the Crossroads in episode 29 along with the Chief Program Officer Justine Underhill and the Director of Advancement Gregg Biggs from Edgewood Center for Children and Families in episode 54