On Thursday, September 28, from 11:00am – 12:15pm, Jerell Blakeley, campaign organizer for Healthy Schools Now, will chair a panel titled ‘Healthy Schools Now: What You Can Learn From the Battle at Trenton High’ at the NJ Black Issues Convention’s “Still We Rise: Moving NJ’s Black Agenda Forward” conference being at the Masonic Temple in Trenton, New Jersey. The panel will explore the intense struggle to replace the unsafe and unhealthy Trenton Central High School with a new state-of-the-art school facility and provide strategies for other communities interested in replacing dangerous school facilities. Panelists will include former Trenton Board of Education President Dr. Diane Campbell, Trenton Education Association President Naomi Johnson-Lafleur, and New Jersey Assemblyman Reed Gusciora. If you are interested in attending, please use this link to register.
HSN at NJ Black Issues Convention Conference!
About the Author: Dan Fatton
WEC Director. Advocate for climate, peace, equality, democracy. Lover of bikes, beaches, food and mostly, family. Jersey native, world traveled.