Throughout the month of March, Healthy Air Alliance has featured many incredible women on their social media pages to celebrate Women’s History Month. Each of these women is making history in fighting for environmental justice and healthy air for all.
Today we’re proud to feature Y’Anad Burrell for #WomensHistoryMonth. She is a dedicated public servant & CEO of Youth UpRising, which serves youth of color in low-income areas. Y’Anad is dedicated to helping those in need, starting with access to clean air. #WomenForHealthyAir
Rhonda M. Smith
Today’s Women’s History Month feature is Rhonda M. Smith, executive director of the Black Health Network. Her extensive background in business and nonprofit management, together with her advocacy to end racial health disparities, inspires us all. Read more about her efforts here.
Reverend Patricia Fargas
Reverend Patricia Fargas, senior pastor at the Mt. Salem-New Wave Christian Fellowship Church in Los Angeles, is both a community and a spiritual leader. She inspires her community through her activism and her efforts in environmental justice work. Read more about Patricia here.
We’re glad to feature Magali Sanchez-Hall, a powerful advocate who has been personally involved in the fight against air pollution for many years. You can read more about her efforts and experiences in this article.
March is Women’s History Month. There are so many incredible women who are making history in environmental justice fighting for healthy air. One of these women is Claudia Oliveira, community leader and the newest member of Healthy Air Alliance’s advisory board.Learn more about Claudia here. Claudia also recently wrote an excellent article about seeking healthy air in California, which you can read here.