Community Engagement & Advocacy

The partnership called "Communiversity" promotes bilateral understanding and mutual respect between community residents and academicians. 

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Health & Safety Training

In response to community interest in creating employment opportunities for residents in cleaning up environmental hazards, the DSCEJ developed and has conducted worker health and safety training since 1995.

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Gulf Equity Consortium

We expect that the work of this project will be transformative and will be guided by the nexus of three basic principles forming the foundation for our work...

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Research and Policy

We develop and manage innovative research and policy studies that build knowledge and inform policies for achieving environmental, climate and economic justice...

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HBCU Climate Change Consortium

The Consortium was conceived to help raise awareness about the disproportionate impact of climate change on marginalized communities to develop HBCU students leaders...

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International Connection

A vital component and ever expanding network of Environmental Justice professionals.

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The Latest

The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice and Texas Southern University have launched a unique collaboration - the HBCU-CBO Gulf Coast Equity Consortium.

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Navigate NOLA

Navigate NOLA is the social and emotional community wellness division of DSCEJ Inc.

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The Latest

Jan 25, 2018

Vote No to Dumping in New Orleans East

City Council should vote "No!" on three plans to make New Orleans East an industrial dumping ground! Make your voice heard! Thursday, January 25th 2018 3520 Gen. Degaulle Blvd.

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Dec 15, 2017

Community-Based Organizations and HBCU Professors Join Forces!

The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice and Texas Southern University have launched a unique collaboration -- the HBCU-CBO Gulf Coast Equity Consortium. The Consortium unites dedicated leaders of community-based organizations in five states with accomplished professors at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The aim of this collaboration is to improve the lives of children and families in the Gulf Region. Community leaders and HBCU professors work together on a research-to-action model designed by DSCEJ and TSU to build community capacity and bring about systemic change. The Consortium is under the direction of Dr. Beverly Wright, DSCEJ Executive Director, and Dr. Robert Bullard, TSU Professor of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy.  The W. K. Kellogg Foundation supports the Consortium with a five-year grant in the amount of $3.3 million. ...

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