by Women’s Foundation of California –
The Women’s Foundation of California presents
The Women’s Environmental Health and Justice Bay Area Summit
Do you know that women are disproportionately impacted by exposure to
chemicals and toxins?
Do you know the health impacts of the estimated 85,000 synthetic
chemicals you’re exposed to in your home, workplace and neighborhood?
Do you know that low-income women, children, and communities of color
are especially affected by toxic contamination?
You’re invited to participate in a community summit to expand the
debate on environmental health and justice. Learn about what can be
done in California to prevent public exposure to harmful chemicals.
Wednesday, October 15, 2003
The San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Building
401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
Keynote Speaker: Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D.,
ecologist, cancer survivor, author of Living Downstream and Having Faith
Guest Speaker : Assemblywoman Wilma Chan
Panel Session with community leaders and elected officials
Featuring the release of The Women’s Foundation of California’s report: Confronting Toxic Contamination in Our Communities: Women’s Health and California’s Future
1:30 PM — Registration
2:00 – 4:30 PM — Summit
4:30 – 5:30 PM – Reception (in the Green Room)
-this event is free and open to the public –
Registration required for attendance
Please register by calling Debi
415-837-1113 ext. 321
or on the web at www.womensfoundca.org.