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PSR-LA works at the intersections of health, nuclear security, the environment, and social justice to engage in meaningful public health and environmental advocacy.
Please join PSR-LA on Tuesday, March 6 for “North Korea, Nuclear Weapons, and Prospects for Peace,” featuring Christine Ahn, cofounder of Women Cross DMZ, a global movement of women organizing for peace in Korea. The event will be held from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3300 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90010.
STAND-LA (Standing Together Against Neighborhood Drilling) is seeking a full-time Field Organizing Coordinator to help advance our work to end neighborhood oil drilling in Los Angeles. We seek someone who can drive forward our coalition’s grassroots organizing and coalition-building work.
PSR-LA is seeking an experienced, and motivated candidate to fill the position of Senior Policy Manager. This is a full time managerial role, whose primary function is the management of two core environmental health programs at PSR-LA: the Land Use & Health (LUH) program and the Toxics program.
PSR-LA knows how to build and be part of effective and diverse coalitions that strengthen our movement for health and justice. But we need your help to allow us to leverage our unique position into the victories for a world safe from nuclear threats, with air and climate justice, and reduced exposure to health-harming toxic chemicals.
In 2017, PSR-LA joined a coalition of over 80 organizations to support Senate Bill 623 – the Clean and Affordable Drinking Water Fund bill authored by Senator Monning. The bill is a vital solution to our communities’ struggles with affordable and unsafe drinking water.
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