Become a PSR-LA Member

PSR-LA is excited to launch our annual Summer Membership Drive!

Through our Membership Drive, we are building our membership base with passionate health advocates and allies. We invite you to join us us if you are health professional or student who is:

  • Passionate about addressing public health issues at the root
  • Seeking social justice alongside impacted communities and wants to hold our representatives accountable for upholding public health priorities through policy
  • Interested in learning and growing as an active participant in health policy advocacy through grassroots organizing
  • Looking to be part of a like-minded community

Our members receive timely information about PSR-LA activities and research, educational resources and training, and opportunities for action and advocacy. As a member, you will be the first to know about special events and trainings, and you will have the opportunity to become connected to other organizations, coalitions, and health professionals who are building transformative movements for racial and environmental justice and nuclear abolition.

Become a member by making a donation of any size! Students can become PSR-LA members for free!

This annual donation ensures that the health voice continues to bring powerful solutions to policymakers, and an effective message to the public about creating a safer, healthier world. We look forward to working with you to learn more about the issues, advocate, and amplify your voice as a member of PSR-LA.

This year, we are hosting a couple events to inform and engage new and current members about our work.

  1. Join us for an info session on Tuesday, July 12th, from 5:00 – 5:45 PM to ask your questions about our membership and learn more about PSR-LA. RSVP here.
  2. Join us on Thursday, July 14th from 6:00 – 7:00 PM for our third Membership Briefing of the year to get an update on our water work. We are in the midst of a drought crisis as our groundwater sources are being depleted due to rising temperatures. PSR-LA is working to monitor the drought and keep Southern California residents informed on water conservation best practices. This briefing will bring light to the health implications of the drought, particularly in overburdened, low-income communities. RSVP here.

Thank you for all you do to support the fight for public health and environmental justice!

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