From The North Wind (Northern Michigan University student publication), posted Oct. 21, 2010:
By James Dyer
MARQUETTE -- Grassroots community efforts can sometimes be the turning point in battling big corporations over environmental and safety issues, said Lois Gibbs, the executive director of the Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ).
Gibbs spoke at NMU (Northern Michigan University) in Jamrich 102 on Friday, Oct. 15. Her presentation, "From the Love Canal to Michigan," was sponsored by Students for Sustainable Living, among other groups, and focused on environmental action on a local level, with special regard to the controversial Kennecott Eagle Rock Mining Project. Click here to read the article.